Well here you have something perfect for every celebratory moment of your life, even when you’re trying to be on the strictest diets.
Layers of watermelon are drizzled with some balsamic vinegar and salt – if you’re trying to cut down on salt, you can definitely omit salt here.
Then the frosting is a paneer and hung curd mixture, which balances against the sweetness of watermelon and fresh mint beautifully.
Garnish with lots of fresh mint leaves, berries, nuts, seeds – whatever you like!
Thank me later!
- 1 whole watermelon
- ½ - 1 cup crushed paneer
- 2 tbsp hung curd
- pinch of salt
- pinch of sugar
- handful fresh mint
- balsamic vinegar
- extra salt (optional)
- nuts, blueberries etc.
- Carefully cut a base on the watermelon rind
- Then cut the peels off
- Slice lengthwise to create two layers
- In a separate bowl, mix paneer with hung curd, salt and sugar to make a thick paste
- Either cut the watermelons into desired diameter equal circles or make as a whole one
- remove as many seeds as possible without de-shaping the layer
- Add few drizzles of balsamic on the top of each layer and sprinkle of salt (the salt is optional)
- Spread some paneer mix on top
- Add another layer of the watermelon, followed by some more paneer, smoothing it out like frosting
- Then garnish with fresh mint, blueberries, nuts etc.
- Serve chilled!