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Watermelon and Avocado: Kate Middleton's Favorite Summer Salad Recipe

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Taisiia Dobrozorova
Written by Taisiia Dobrozorova

Taisiia Dobrozorova is a nutrition and fitness writer at Unimeal and a healthy lifestyle devotee. She has accomplished several courses on health, nutrition, dietology.

on August 01, 2022

Today we propose a refreshing and offbeat salad from the royals' table! According to UK media, this salad eats Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, for daily lunch. The mix of sweet and savory ingredients sounds delicious and perfect for heatwave season. The video instruction on slicing, chopping products, and putting them together was posted by professional chef Alex's Kitchen Story on her Instagram page. "We loved it so much we ate the entire platter, despite it being for 4 people", - commented Alex.

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So here are the ingredients:

  •  One baby/ small watermelon
  •  One block feta
  •  Half cucumber
  •  One avocado
  •  Two tbsp apple cider vinegar
  •  Two tbsp olive oil
  •  One lime
  •  Large handful mint
  •  Salt and pepper

How to make:

  •  Start with watermelon. Slice it in half, remove the skin, and slice it into bite-size pieces. This first ingredient goes directly to the bowl.
  •  Then chop cucumber into quarters, avocado into bite-size pieces, and avocado into bite-size pieces. Add all to the bowl with watermelon.
  •  Add the roughly chopped mint.
  •  Dress the salad with vinegar, olive oil, and squeezed lime juice. Gently mix it all together with a large spoon.

Now you know how to have royal lunch at home! Whether this really is Kate Middleton's fave salad or not, the recipe is very nutritious. Cucumbers are full of antioxidants, avocados have plenty of healthy folates, feta cheese is an excellent source of protein, and watermelon is essential fruit in supporting hydration level during hot summer days!

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