Asian Watermelon Salad

A refreshing summer salad loaded with juicy watermelon, mint, cilantro, and basil. Asian Watermelon Salad is dressed simply with lime juice and a dash of jalapeno heat. It is quite simple to put together and will add excitement to any summer dinner gathering

Important details 1. Servings: six 2. Ten minutes to prepare. 3. Species: Asian

INGREDIENTS 1. 1/3 cup of vegetable or peanut oil 2. 1 thinly sliced and 2 small shallots that I coarsely chopped 3. Halal salt 4. Three limes juice 5. Fish sauce, two tablespoons 6. A 12-inch piece of peeled ginger 7. minced 8. 1 thinly sliced red jalapeño pepper. 9. 4 clips of cut watermelon without seeds 10. 1/3 cup freshly chopped cilantro 11. A cup of freshly chopped basil 12. 1/3 cup finely minced fresh mint 13. 1 teaspoon roughly chopped cocktail peanuts

Since cutting a watermelon into chunks is quicker and a little simpler, I like to do so. Use a melon baller if you have one; it makes the dish a little better for presentation. To prevent the mint from becoming brown, the basil, cilantro, and fresh mint are all added very last. When I'm creating a salad like this, I prefer the herbs to be quite fresh

RECIPE GUIDELINES AND FAQs 1. How to select a quality watermelon 2. Search for a spot of yellow. On their undersides, where the sun can't reach them, watermelon plants produce a light-coloured patch as they climb along vines that crisscross the ground. 3. opt for a melon that is heavier than the others. 4. Perform the "knock test" on it. Many people firmly believe that tapping a ripe watermelon will produce a hollow sound. If the sound is muffled, the inside is usually soft