Tuore klassikko: vesimeloni-minttu-fetasalaatti

Vesimeloni, feta ja minttu – tätä voisi kutsua jo oikeasti klassikkoyhdistelmäksi. Moni on varmasti törmännyt tähän komboon monia kertoja viime vuosien aikana, mutta ei se turhaan ole suosiotaan saavuttanut, maistuvathan nämä ainesosat yhdessä taivaallisen hyviltä! Tämän pienellä twistillä tehdyn reseptin suunnittelin uuteen Vegebudjetilla-kirjaani – ja jos jokin salaatti on helppo ja nopea toteuttaa niin tämä!

Raikas vesimeloni-minttu-fetasalaatti

2–3 annosta
5 min
(laktovege, gluteeniton)

– 600–800 g pala vesimelonia
– 1 limetin mehu
– kourallinen tuoretta minttua
– 100 g fetaa
– mustapippuria

Siivuta vesimeloni ja leikkaa kuoret pois. Kuutioi sopiviksi suupaloiksi. Sekoita kulhossa kuutioiden sekaan limetin mehu. Silppua minttu ja lisää joukkoon. Murusta lopuksi päälle fetaa. Viimeistele ripauksella mustapippuria ja nauti heti!


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  • “Create the highest, grandest vision possible for your life, because you become what you believe.”
- Oprah Winfrey
I saw this quote this morning and it really sums up my thoughts for the past couple of days. I’ve set up some crazy goals and dreams for myself during last 5 years. Those dreams really scared me back then. But I think if my goal is not scary at all, it’s not big enough.
During this weekend I realised that I’ve achieved many of those goals. And it was time to write down some new ones. I promise you, those dreams are huge! There are no many people who I could tell about those things. Many would probably think that I’ve gone crazy (and not in a good way). And that’s actually a thing that annoys me sometimes. I don’t know if it’s a cultural thing, but I feel like if I said all my big goals aloud, people would think I’m arrogant. And that is not the case. Being cocky and dreaming big are not the same thing. We should all dream together!
Just after writing these things down and speaking aloud about them, I feel like I’ve taken big steps towards reaching them. Without those black letters on my notebook I wouldn’t even dare to think that my dreams could come true.
So what I’ve learned lately - write your dreams on paper or say them aloud (at least to yourself), and you’ve taken the first step towards them!
Any other big dreamers out there?🙋🏼‍♀️
  • Just came here to wish you a lovely Saturday evening! (My plan for tomorrow: baking)
  • Free evening, a glass of white wine on the coffee table, cheese and grapes on the plate and these beautiful walnuts waiting their turn. I’ve almost forgotten how good it feels to do nothing.
I really like buying nuts in shells if possible. It reminds me of my childhood. We had all kind of nuts on a beautiful wooden tray, waiting for weekend evenings, maybe even guests. I remember how exciting it was to crack a hard shell and find the eatable parts inside. I didn’t like the taste of walnuts as a child, so I just loved to crack them and hand them to my parents. Sometimes I might break more than anyone wanted to eat.
Nowadays I love also the eating part. My favourites are hazelnuts and peanuts. (Well, who would not love peanuts.) Do you have any favourites?
I hope you have a relaxing Friday evening!
  • Oh what a big day last Tuesday was. It was the last photoshoot day for my next cookbook. All the recipes and pictures are done now!
It’s odd how achieving something can leave you a little confused with your feelings. Do you know what I mean? Like I’m so relieved and happy but at the same time it’s a bit sad that this project I’ve had since last summer is almost over. When a work project is very meaningful, it can be a bit hard to let go.
There are still many things ahead before I get the book in my hands. Layout design, proofreading and many little steps more. But finishing the photographing part is a big deal for me.
And guess what! My book will be in English too, so anyone around the world can order it. I’m so excited about this! I can’t wait to show you more!
  • Today was a big day for me. I’m going to talk more about it tomorrow! Then my mind hopefully has more thoughts than “can we go to sleep now”. But right now I just want to share a picture of one of my favourite places and some beautiful words by David Attenborough.
“It seems to me that the natural world is the greatest source of excitement; the greatest source of visual beauty; the greatest source of intellectual interest. It is the greatest source of so much in life that makes life worth living.”🌿
  • Pasta is my safe dish. It’s simple, easy and the dressing can be made with anything you ever want. It’s something I cook on a busy day when my fridge is empty and the cooking can’t take more than 15 minutes.
This hazelnut pea pasta was created, again, with very poor ingredients, but it turned out to be delicious! I didn’t measure up the exact amount of ingredients but here’s a draft of that recipe you can vary!

Hazelnut pea pasta:
• peas (fresh or frozen)
• 1 tbsp of olive oil
• crushed hazelnuts
• pasta

• 2 handfuls of basil and parsley
• 1-1.5 dl of olive oil
• 2-3 cloves of garlic
• 1 tsp of dijon mustard
• 0.5 tbsp of white wine vinegar
• 0.5 dl of grated parmesan cheese (+ extra on top)

Heat up the 1 tbsp of olive oil in a small sauce pan and add the peas. Don’t fry, just warm them.
Blend the sauce ingredients together.
Cook the pasta in a pan of boiling salted water according to the packet instructions. Mix with the sauce, peas and crushed hazelnuts. Finish with grated parmesan cheese. 🌿
Do you have your own safe dish that you can trust anytime, anywhere no matter how busy you are?
  • Today we had a long walk in the forest near the sea. It’s a forest of old curvy pine trees and gentle cliffs leading you to the shore. The wind was cold but the sun was so bright it made the remains of snow shine. There was a swan couple gliding in the open sea. It really felt like spring again.
Now I’m finishing up the weekend with a traditional dish my grandmother taught me to make. Comforting and rich cabbage rolls. In grocery store I saw the first beautiful savoy cabbages of the spring and I decided to differ from my granny’s recipe a little. This dish really throws me back to my childhood, warm summer days spent in the countryside and my grandmother cooking in the kitchen. It’s so amazing how flavours can bring so many memories.
Do you have some special dishes that remind you of your childhood?
Now I’m heading to dinner table! I wish you’ve had a great weekend!