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Watermelon Cooler.


With summer at its mightiest, fruits and coolers are what my kids demand now. I made this simple cooler with watermelon and grapes for Nidhi.....studying Maths....for her upcoming 10th exam.

I used a melon scoop to scoop out the melons and added black grapes.......then sprinkled chaat masala.....chilled it for 20 min.

You can use different fruits like orange, green grapes, musk melon, cubed apples, cubed mangoes......what ever is there in your fruit basket....make sure you chill it before serving.


How I made this:
Water melon: 1/4 of one big melon.
Black grapes: 250 gms.
Chaat masala: 1/2 tsp.
Mint leaves: 2 chopped (optinal).

Method:
Scoop the melon with a melon scoop into a small bowl, mix in grapes and sprinkle chaat masala.
Chill for 20 min.
Serve immediately.

Perfect summer cooler for kids.
Enjoy.

Summer Specials:
Raw Mango Sherbet.
Fruit Chaat.

Comments

  1. A perfect cooler. I just love watermelons...Looking at it itself makes you cool... very nice post.. :)

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  2. my kids too love it this way...i mena, just the shape..gud luck to ur daughter for hex exams, Nisa

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    1. Thank you Sona, Nidhi needs all the good luck.

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  3. Love how you presented it, like the scoop of melon or melon balls (as people call it), so going to try it out. Please do send your delicious and healthy dish to my "Healthy Me & Healthy Us" event @ my blog (read the rules please)

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    1. Yes Priya, I will check that out...and thanks for the lovely thought.

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  4. Fabulous cooler, cant ask more..Prefect to beat the heat.

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  5. Love the presentation :) so cute they look

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  6. Nisa, Beautifully presented simple recipe for summer. These images are very impressive.

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  7. Perfect cooler, wish your daughter all the very best.

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  8. what a pleasant & fresh & cooling way to indulge in fruits this coming summer!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  9. Oh Nisa - this is not fair! You have me craving some watermelon and it's going to be at least 4 more months before we see them here! I can taste this refreshing treat! YUM!!!

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