4 servings (serving size: about 1 1/2 cups)

The sweetness of the watermelon brings out the flavor of the yellow plum tomatoes, the feta adds a touch of salt, and the mint finishes the salad with a refreshing note. Cut the watermelon into wedges that are similar in size to the tomato slices.

How to Make It

Arrange tomato and watermelon alternately on a platter; sprinkle evenly with salt and pepper. Scatter mint over tomato mixture. Drizzle with juice and oil; top with cheese.

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Ratings & Reviews

meadry's Review

April 29, 2009
This recipe is perfect for a light summer lunch on the deck. It is tangy with just a bit of sweetness to encourage a hot summer day appetite. It is equally good as a starter salad for a BBQ or grilling either indoors or out. Any tasty tomato works, but heirlooms or cherrys are best. Watch out for seeded watermelons, but with a bit of extra messiness, they are very tasty too. This recipe requires the best freshest ingredients because each individual flavor floats along in harmony.