Everyone knows Caprese, the simple Italian salad, made of fresh mozzarella, tomatoes and basil, that features the Italian flag colors : white, red and green. Follow the new episode of A Queen In The Kitchen and learn how to prepare this surprising version of the traditional caprese because I won’t use tomatoes, but watermelon instead. You’ll only need the freshest ingredients and a melon baller.
fresh ciliegine (cherry size) mozzarella, drained
fresh basil, coarsely chopped
Extra Virgin Olive Oil
salt (if desired)
Scoop the watermelon in balls with the help of a melon baller. Set aside.
In a medium bowl, place the watermelon balls, the fresh ciliegine of mozzarella, fresh basil, lemon rind and season with Extra Virgin Olive Olin and salt (if desired).
Give it a nice stir with a spoon.
Enjoy right away or place in the fridge until serving.
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