WATERMELON PIZZA WITH GRAPE TARTAR

WATERMELON PIZZA WITH GRAPE TARTAR

Hooray for Watermelon! The quintessential fat-free summer snack, low in sodium, and low in calories. It is a very hydrating fruit that is soaked with nutrients. Researchers from the US found that watermelon contains more lycopene than tomatoes.

That’s ^ Lycopene!

Grapes are nutritious and sweet as candy. Often served in fresh bunches, dried or with their squeezed juice and fermented into intoxicating elixirs. Serving fresh grapes with a little acid and something salty  balance each other

Did you ever wonder about the tradition of a complimentary mint at the end of a meal? According to Joyce Wardwell, herbalist and author of the  Herbal Home Remedy Book, Mint stimulates digestion and relieves nausea – It helps dispel that overfull feeling and possibly indigestion and gas.

WATERMELON PIZZA WITH GRAPE TARTAR

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Ingredients
 

Grape tartar

  • 1 cup grapes, peeled and sliced (not too thin but not thick)
  • 2 table spoon white balsamic vinegar or 2 tablespoon white vinegar
  • 1 tablespoon honey
  • 4 table spoon finely sliced mint , extra leaves for garnish.
  • Salt and pepper to taste

Watermelon  Pizza

  • 1 large slice ¾ inch thick water melon.
  • 60 grams feta cheese- coarsely  crumbled
  • 40 grams pitted olives, thinly  sliced
  • 26 grams microgreens
  • Olive oil for drizzling
  • Black  pepper

Instructions
 

Grapetartar

  • In a bowl, combine all the ingredients and set aside in thefridge.

Assembly

  • Evenly sprinkle the feta cheese , olives and followed by the  microgreens  on top of watermelon .
  • Takeout the grape tartar in the fridge  andscatter  nicely  on top of the microgreens. 
  • Drizzle with a few glug of olive oil and finish with a grindof black pepper and salt if necessary.
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