We first tried these a couple of weeks ago at friends and neighbours, Chris and Suzy, who kindly invited us for lovely, leisurely Sunday evening drinks. So gorgeous were these little delights that we’ve since had them three times (in just two weeks). They go brilliantly with a glass of fizz, G&T or scrumptious white wine. The watermelon is fresh, sweet and juicy: the perfect foil for the earthy dryness of the feta and the mint provides a lovely zing at the end. All together with a little squeeze of lime, they are simply delicious! Give them a go: they’re quick, easy and just yummy!
Makes around 12 – 15 depending on how large or small you cut your chunks!
What you need…
100g water melon, chopped into chunky, small slices (I buy ready-prepared from Waitrose and just halve each one)
100g feta cheese, cut into chunks of a similar size to the water melon
A handful of mint leaves
A squeeze of fresh lime juice
A bunch of cocktail sticks
What to do…
Choose a pretty serving plate and stack these little lovelies together using a cocktail stick to pierce through each layer – watermelon on the bottom, then feta and on the top, either a couple of tiny mint leaves or a larger one folded.
Arrange on your plate and just before you want to enjoy them, give them a quick spritz of lime juice. So simple, so utterly yummy!
Chris and Suzy: thank you!
You can knock them up in seconds – no mess, no stress!