Watch: Spicy Watermelon Recipe From Chef Jeff

by Z Living Editors
02/08/17
  • Total Time: 8 hr 20 mins
  • Prep: 400 Mins
  • Serves: 3 Servings
  • Level: Beginner
Appetizers can prove beneficial to the creation of appetite as well as a great atmosphere. Ideally try and make several appetizer dishes beforehand, so that guests can nibble as they slowly arrive. Remember that if you dont use many spices, the quality of the dish will depend on the quality of your ingredients, so if you want to go the extra mile, try and get the best out there and splurge. If you can, opt for fresh rather than frozen seafood, since the frozen can be rubbery without being tenderized by cooking for a while in a stew or soup. And always factor in an extra hour into the recommended preparation time this will give you time for mistakes or just to clean up.

Ingredients:

  • Fresh Watermelon

  • Mexican Cheese

  • Mint 

  • Crystal Hot Sauce

Directions: 

  1. Peel watermelon and cut into chunks
  2. Mix hot sauce and watermelon chunks in a bowl
  3. Add crumbles of Mexican Cheese and mint for garnish
Watch more tips with Chef Jeff from Flip My Food, where you can learn to make healthier versions of your favorite dishes.
 
Use the leftover shredded chicken from your Sunday roast dinner and stick it in the freezer for a later date! You’ll really cut your food waste down significantly if you use the leftover shredded chicken from your Sunday roast dinner in this recipe and stick it in the freezer for a later date. And if you’re a real food prep pro, you can use to the chicken carcass to make homemade chicken stock (also freezer-friendly) for the best chicken noodle soup you’ve ever tasted.

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