The kid has always been a fan of watermelon. During summer season, vacation, mangoes and watermelons are the things he looks forward to the most! So for this theme of checkerboard, I decided to present him with a rubix cube fashion watermelon salad. The idea, of course, is from the net. There are far too many sources to name any one in particular.
Though it looked an easy task, it was extremely difficult to cut all pieces into same size. Finally I decided to keep a ‘good side’ and let the other sides take a hit. I couldn’t get even a smooth top, but I was impressed with 3 sides. The backside and the top was what took the major hit. It didn’t matter as the cubes came tumbling down as we started attacking the salad with a fork. And to be honest that was the most fun part :-)
This post goes to Blogging Marathon #66 under checkerboard theme. Check out this page to see post from the other participating bloggers. It is also a part of Valli’s Kid’s Delight event, hosted this month by Archana.
- watermelon cubes
- honeydew melon cubes
- Dice the water melon into small cubes. Peel and seed the honeydew melon. Dice the pieces similar to the size of watermelon cubes.
- Arrange carefully in a rubix cube pattern.
- Refrigerate until time of serving.
11 thoughts on “Watermelon salad”
Such a pretty pretty salad Rajani. Looks sooo refreshing and inviting.
ah ! how interesting ! bookmarked :))
Wow, wat a cute rubic edible cube. Catchy and absolutely fantastic.
I loved the plating of this beautiful rubic cube salad. Beautiful!
Nice idea, and love the pic.
The black backdrop pics are so stunning and I am sure cubing it to the right cubes must have surely been the toughest task!..what a lovely contribution to the theme..
How fascinating…..no doubt it must be a fun to eat it
Great pick Rajani.. The color combo and those square are perfect.
Wow !..now that cube looks awesome..great choice .