Watermelon Chervil Salsa




Introduction: Watermelon Chervil Salsa

This recipe is a delicious blend of both hot and sweet ingredients which work together in harmony to create a taste sensation. Watermelon Chervil Salsa can be served with tortilla chips or dolloped on top of chicken or fish and is guaranteed to treat your taste-buds.


- 3 cups chopped watermelon

- half cup of chopped green capsicum

-2 tablespoons of lime juice

- 2 tablespoons of finely chopped chervil

- 1 tablespoon of chopped spring onion

- 1 tablespoon of finely chopped jalapeno chillies

- half teaspoon of garlic salt

Step 2: Dicing Watermelon

Using a sharp knife cut watermelon flesh into cubes of approximately 1 cm until you have 3 cups. Set aside.

Step 3: Dicing Capsicum

Remove seeds from inside capsicum and cut into 1 cm strips. Then dice into 1cm pieces until you have half a cup. Set aside.

Step 4: Dicing Spring Onion

Remove outer layer/skin from spring onion. Slice into 1 cm pieces until you have a tablespoon full and set aside.

Step 5: Dicing Jalepenos

Slice open jalapeno lengthways and remove seeds. Slice into thin slivers until you have a tablespoon full and set aside.

Step 6: Combine Ingredients

Combine previously diced ingredients together in a bowl.

Step 7: Add Remaining Ingredients

Add measured out remaining ingredients to the bowl which includes 2 tablespoons of chervil, 2 tablespoons of lime juice,and half a teaspoon of garlic salt.

Step 8: Combine Ingredients

Combine all ingredients together gently so as not to break, yet thoroughly so all the flavours compliment each other.

Step 9: Serve and Enjoy!

Watermelon salsa can be enjoyed in a variety of ways including with tortilla chips, on top of nachos, as a summer salad side dish at a BBQ or on top of chicken or fish. Either way your taste buds will thank you for it. Enjoy!!!!!!!!!

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