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Nigella Watermelon Salad

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Nothing says summer quite like watermelon. Instead of just eating  plain ‘ole watermelon slices, why not make a salad for your next barbecue? Tossed with some fragrant Aleppo Pepper, Nigella Seeds and fresh arugula, it makes a refreshing (and delectable) salad. With an easy way to add a little oomph to watermelon, kids and adults alike will be piling their plates to the brim!

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Nigella Watermelon Salad

Nigella Watermelon Salad

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Instructions

  1. In a large bowl, combine all of the ingredients and mix gently.
  2. Enjoy...maybe make a double batch...
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