Watermelon soup, diced greens, mozzarella and Parma ham Foodista Problem #88

Watermelon soup, diced greens, mozzarella and Parma ham Foodista Problem #88

The new climate of the previous few weeks has pressured us to cook dinner chilly and doesn’t make us need to spend time within the kitchen. This watermelon soup could be very refreshing and fast to make. Chances are you’ll bear in mind Viviane from the weblog What do we eat? stunned me by asking me to be the brand new godmother of the Foodista Problem #88. I selected as a theme “Survive the warmth waves! ». This watermelon soup is stuffed with water, I garnished it with small cubes of watermelon, melon and cucumber in addition to mozzarella balls and strips of Parma ham for chewing. I requested my butcher for thick slices of Parma ham in order that the ham strips would not tip over within the soup. A dish served at midday that did us good on today when the warmth was overwhelming. However to come back again to the Foodista Problem, this pleasant culinary problem was created by Stéphanie from the weblog Cook me a sheep. This sport brings collectively cooking lovers round an imposed theme in a relaxed ambiance and in a spirit of sharing.

For 4 individuals :

– ½ watermelon
– 1 cucumber
– 1 small melon
– 100 g of mozzarella balls
– 4 thick slices of parma ham
– basil
– salt, floor pepper

(The day earlier than or 3 hours earlier than, place the watermelon, melon and cucumber within the fridge).

Peel and seed the watermelon and melon.

Put aside 100 g of watermelon.

Reduce the remainder of the watermelon into cubes and put them within the blender.

Add a couple of chopped basil leaves.

Combine till you get a homogeneous texture.

Peel, seed and reduce the cucumber into small cubes.

Reduce the reserved watermelon and the melon into small cubes.

Reduce the slices of Parma ham in 2 or 3 widthwise then reduce every strip in 2.

Roll up the ham strips.

Pour the watermelon soup into deep plates.

Prepare small cubes of watermelon, melon and cucumber within the middle of the plates.

Add a couple of balls of mozzarella and rolled up strips of Parma ham.

Give a flip of the pepper mill.

Serve instantly chilled and luxuriate in!

And to see the creations of the opposite contributors, it is right here:

Delphine from the weblog Oh, the greedy

Vivian from the weblog What do we eat?

Liliane from the weblog Lilly’s Kitchen

Jackie from the weblog Jackie’s kitchen

Zika from the weblog Bonoise cuisine of Zika

Julie from the weblog A lunch in Provence

Catalina from the weblog Cat’s blog

Vanessa from the weblog Petit Bohnium’s Meals

Lina from the weblog Hot potato

Michelle from the weblog Pleasures of home

Samar from the weblog My culinary inspirations

Eva from the weblog Ewa’s Horizons

Annyvonne from the weblog Thithad’s Delights

Marion from the weblog Marmotte cooking… traditional!

Muriel from the weblog Small Pots & Company

Assia from the weblog Assia delicacy

Michele from the weblog Crunchy Fondant Gourmand

Morgan from the weblog glutons

Coco de Good from the weblog crazy kitchen

Soul of the weblog Kitchen Love

Christine from the weblog The culinary blog pause-nature

Irisa from the weblog Kitchen and colors

Sofia from the weblog Pen and Prose

Charlotte from the weblog Recipes for getting by

Laurence from the Pleasure and Stability weblog

And you’ll discover the earlier editions:

Stephen from Cook me a sheep : cupcakes & muffins, Lucia from Greedily : fall snack, from Tales and Delights : brunch, Julia from Cookies : Scandinavian cozy recipes, Anais from Lemon and Sardine : A zest of the Mediterranean, Nat from Why am I gaining weight : Small delights… for giant gourmets, Gordana des Recipes galore : Let’s put together our spring picnics, Audrey from Cooking n co : Flavors of Asia, Adeline from Cook’N Blog : And if we refresh ourselves with ice cream, Lemon Verbena Margaux: fruit pie, gwen from Weaving Pastry : Vanilla would you like some right here, Cyrielle from Cyrielle Gourmandise : Round a Tea Time, Maeva from Cook a life! by Maeva: How about including a layer? Valerie from I love cakes : The magic of Christmas, Deborah from Mom bakes : The great life, Gabriella from Teaspoon and Charentaise : Flower Energy, Elise from And so we cook : Lebanese Delicacies, Anne Laura from Nietzsche sequins and purse : It’s very uncooked! Angelica from Angel’s Recipes : India attire in pink, Sarah Eden from The Three Madeleines : Pin-up your day, Emily from Emily Sweetness : The small dishes within the huge ones, Didoo from Deviously Candy Pastry: again to high school, Gourmand and natural from Gourmet and Organic :Fe-Marketing campaign for the melon!, Daddy Rico from At Papa Rico’s : Italy with out cheese, Sandra from One more cake : vacation desserts, Aurelia from Ya’s delicacies : It will be burned!, Steve from My Coffee Notebook : The egg, star in all its kinds, Valerie from1,2,3…Taste! : The spherical of peppersHelen of Keskonmangemaman : It is my cup of tea, Stephanie from Fil and Croq: Mojito Taste Lina from the hot potato : The smoke on the plate, Mary of United Colors of Macarons: Let’s cook dinner with our kid’s soul, Virginia of Tea Time & Delicatessen: Roll my hen, Benedict of Homemade sweets : Toast Me, Cindy from Like a desire for sweetness : How about cooking the leftovers? Lily of Home cooking, and why not me? : The pumpkins are on the get together, Sarah from play with food : Tonight is in entrance of the TV! sabrina from Sab’n’Pepper : Vacation spot Solar!, Cecile from My Combava Blue Kitchen : The World Tour of Breakfasts!, patoo of Karibo Sakafo : Let’s feast alongside the Silk Highway!, Carol from Bring Me Back ! : Let’s divert the aperitif, Lawrence of Lau in the kitchen : Speculoose me a dessert!, Helen of Keskonmangemaman : Holidays on ice, love of kely hunger seed : Half FIG half grape, Sylvia from Clara’s table : The kitchen is wearing orange for Halloween, Daniela from Somewhere in Provence : across the glass, Delphine from Oh the Gourmand : Gratins, Helen of Keskonmangemaman? : Mardi Gras, Natalia from Sugar and Spices : Blissful Birthday!, Assia of Assia delicacy: spring verrine, pom pom Popon’s kitchen : Carry again your strawberry!, man from guy59600 : Chocolate, Michelle from Pleasures of home : Apricot salty or candy model, Martine from Kilometer 0 : morning truffles, Michele from Crunchy Fondant Gourmand : And Patati and Patata… the dough in all its kinds, Christele from Chicken’s kitchen : Let’s have a good time autumn on our plates, Catalina’s Cat’s blog : Up-to-date selfmade preserves, Sophia from Tenderness in the kitchen : Primary recipes and kicks, Patty from the weblog green vegan : Basic recipes out there in a 100% vegetable model, Jackie from the weblog Jackie Kitchen : After I say lemon, I additionally imply lime, yuzu, caviar lemon, kaffir lime, lemon, bergamot, Coco de Good from the weblog crazy kitchen : Pancakes and every thing that jumps within the pan, Fabienne from the weblog Famoh : Keep grasping throughout confinement!, Sofia from the weblog Pen & Prose : Invitation to the delights of the Arabian Nights, Meriem of The Casbah of Delights : Go to the seaside, Lubna from Kitchen Test : Keep gourmand with out refined sugar, Charlotte of Recipes for getting by : The courgette, Christine from shock hat : Wholesome back-to-school bentos, Elodie from The kitchen of a Toquée : Cookies to eat below the plaid, Christine from Nature break : When greens invite themselves to dessertViviane de What do we eat? : Rice pudding, a comforting dessert that we like!Laurence of Pleasure and Stability : Journey by way of the kitchen, Marion of Marmot cooks… veggie!: Enhance me a pie, Flo of Flo in the Kitchen : An anti-waste recipe, Helen of Keskonmangemaman : An anti-waste recipe, Dyen of Dyen’s Kitchen : citrus fruits, Patricia from Karibo Sakafo: Let’s uncover the regional specialties!, Cindy from Like a desire for sweetness : Candy turns into salty and salty turns into candy, Soul of cooking love : From lemon to pumpkin, Sylvia from Clara’s table: Let’s put together for the vacations with chocolateElodie of Delicacies from Elo with : To your yeast dough, prepared, brioche!, jackie from Jackie’s kitchen : Coconut milk, Samar of My Culinary Inspirations: Let’s Brunch, Isabella from: The cuisine here and Isca : Terrines, Liliane of Lilly’s kitchen : The CharlottesViviane de What do we eat? : The Risotto, beneficiant and so scrumptious!

With this recipe, I additionally take part within the July problem of Recipes.de “Kitchen with out an oven”.

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