Recipe for Pasta Melon Salad

Prep Time:

15 minutes

Cook Time:

15 minutes
This is a salad with a difference. Use lasagne sheets to wow your guests or family.

Ingredients(6-8)

  • 100g SPAR Lasagne Sheets
  • 1 SPAR Freshline Honeydew Melon
  • SPAR Freshline Rocket Leaves
  • 2 SPAR Freshline Avocado Pears, sliced
  • 1 large SPAR Freshline Red Pepper, thinly sliced
  • 160g SPAR Feta Cheese
  • 90g SPAR Olives

Dressing

  • 60ml SPAR Olive Oil
  • 30ml SPAR White Wine Vinegar
  • 5ml SPAR Dijon Mustard

Method

  1. Cook the lasagne sheets in plenty of salted boiling water.  Stir occasionally to stop them sticking together.  Rinse in cold water. Cut into 3cm thick ribbons.
  2. Cut the melon into slices and arrange on the platter.  Arrange the pasta sheets on top rolling them to create height.  Scatter the rocket on top. Arrange the avocado, red pepper, olives and feta.
  3. To make the dressing place, all the ingredients in a screw top jar.  Close the lid and shake.  Drizzle over the salad. 

Hints and Tips

You can use any pasta of your choice for this salad.

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