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Watermelon and Halloumi Salad with Mint


By Bill O'Sullivan
27th Jun 2014
Watermelon and Halloumi Salad with Mint

Watermelon and Halloumi Salad with Mint

Could this be the perfect spring salad? We certainly think so! Team with some rhubarb cordial or a delish gin and nettle cocktail.

Watermelon and Halloumi Salad with Mint

Serves 4

YOU’LL NEED

For the salad

2 x 250g packets of halloumi, sliced 1 cm thick

1 tbsp olive oil for brushing

1 small watermelon, cut into large chunks

Large handful of mint leaves

For the dressing

4 tbsp olive oil

1 tbsp honey

1 tbsp pomegranate molasses

Juice of half a lemon

Sea salt

METHOD

To make the dressing, simply shake all of the ingredients together in a jar until fully combined, taste, season with a little sea salt and set aside.

Brush the halloumi slices with a little olive oil and then grill or griddle them for a few minutes on each side until golden and tender. Place on some kitchen paper to remove any excess oil.

Arrange the watermelon chunks and halloumi slices on a large platter. Scatter over the mint leaves. Shake the dressing up again and spoon all over the salad and it is ready to serve.

Recipes and styling by Ajda Mehmet / @AjdaMehmet

Photography by Nathalie Marquez Courtney / @nathaliemc