Perfect thirst quenching drink for summer made at ho,e.


Ingredients (serves 4)

  • 200 grams Cold Seedless watermelon
  • 10 Lychee
  • 10 Mint leaves
  • 1 tablespoon Lemon juice
  • 1 tablespoon Sugar

Method

  1. Cut the skin off the watermelon and pit the lychee.
  2. In a blender blend watermelon and lychee together until smooth.
  3. Once ready to serve dip the end of the serving glass into lemon juice and straight into sugar for it to stick on. Carefully pour the mixture into the serving glass.
  4. Decorate with lychee and mint leaves.


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  • How delightful. Thank you so much.

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  • Absolutely perfect fir these hot summer days. So cooling and refreshing

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  • Ooh, this would be so refreshing on a hot day. I’m not so sure where I’d find lychees though. They’re not something I’ve ever seen where I buy my fruit and veg. Probably just need to look a little harder!


    • They are in season at the moment so you should be able to find it in most supermarkets. I have seen in Coles and Aldi

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  • I wonder what this would taste like without the added sugar? Has anyone tried something in place of the sugar?


    • Sugar is only for presentation and not the juice itself, leave it out if you are making it at home for yourself.

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  • This sounds very refreshing and a great way to use the abundant amount of mint I have growing in my garden! Thanks for sharing!

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  • Looks so refreshing! Perfect for these hot days.

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  • Sounds heavenly and so easy to make. I’d leave the lemon juice off my glass though as I’m allergic to citrus

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  • Sounds and looks lovely ! I only would skip the sugar decoration.

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  • Love lovely and luscious lychees – many thanks to you for this drink.

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  • Sounds wonderfully refreshing – and the nutrients would do wonders for your skin and body.

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  • Sounds nice, but I wonder if the fruit would already be sweet enough without the sugar?


    • I dont put sugar in it, it’s solely to decorate the cup when serving and thats only when I have guests.

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  • I wouldn’t have thought of this combination but it sounds refreshing.

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  • great pic! sounds delicious

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  • Thanks for sharing; watermelon and lychee, such a delicious and refreshing combination!.

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  • A perfect summer refresher and perfect presentation as well. thanks for sharing.

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