I wanted to try something new. I had never heard of watermelon soup, but I figured it should be possible. After all, soup can be made of mostly anything. So after a bit of googling and a bit of scrounging in the supermarket & the kitchen cabinets, I came up with this and it tasted great!

Step 1: Ready Your Tools & Ingredients

- cutting board
- some knives
- a little spoon
- a fork (not pictured)
- a wooden spoon (not pictured)
- a soup pan and frying pan (not pictured)
- an immersion blender (not pictured)

Ingredients for two persons:
- 1/2 water melon
- 1 lime
- 1 onion
- 1 avocado
- some assorted nuts (I used almond, hazelnut & pine nuts)
- some olives
- some capers
- 100g feta
- spices: tarragon, dill, paprika (mild or hot to your preference) and black pepper
- salt
- butter, olive oil
- 1 clove of garlic
- bread
I don't really know, Listonic... They only sell one type of watermelon here, so that's the one I used...
<p>Yep... We suppose that the taste of that soup is like... bitter-sweet? And you can choose very sweet watermelon (the hack is to look for the one with brown, dry stem - these are the sweetest) or a little bit unripe that would be less sweet - that was our question about. ;-) Anyway, your repice is so creative - we wish we had more recipes like that in our Listonic app! </p>
Nice plug not obvious at all.
<p>How about watermelon? Should we choose one that is less sweet? </p>
Thank you! :) it was delicious!
<p>Very unique, and it looks delicious too!</p>
<p>Yum, this looks delicious!</p>

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