Something refreshing for dare I say it these slightly warmer days. This is in essence the Greeks equivalent to British strawberries and cream. A true staple in Greece where restaurant owners may even bring you a plate as a post-meal refresher - on the house. It also goes down well in the afternoon when everyone wakes from their siesta about to head down to the beach. Back in the UK I love it any place, any time.
The combination of feta and watermelon may sound strange to those who haven't tried it but trust me it works very well. It's a sweet and salty explosion of flavours, you will never be able to eat watermelon without feta ever again. A few sprigs of mint would also go down well with this.
You will need:
- good quality feta (preferably cows milk feta not goats milk)
1) Slice some cold watermelon and serve with slices of good quality feta.