No Need to Puzzle Over This Rubik’s Cube Salad

By popular demand, here it is!  The Rubik’s Cube Salad I posted on Facebook a few days ago.  Now, I fussed over whether to write a post because this little salad does not really have a “recipe” with measurements, other than the measurements I used to cut and stack the fruit and cheese. But, it is a creative way to impress dinner guests and family during the heat of summer

Rubik's Cube Salad

I made this salad with a watermelon, Galia melon, kiwis, and feta cheese.  Using a ruler, I cut the fruit as close to the same size (one inch by one inch) as I possibly could.  Needless to say, the kiwis were a pain in my Rubik’s Cube.  The melons yielded enough fruit for me to practice on.  The feta was firm, but I did not want to take any chances, so I froze it before I cubed it.  That’s it! You cube fruit, and then you stack it.  Big avocados and beets would work as well as any other melon.  

For kids a simple drizzle of honey would do as a “salad dressing.”  For a more sophisticated approach, drizzle on some good balsamic dressing and top off with cracked pepper.  Heck, sprinkle on some Tajin and call it a day.

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