- 6 cups of Seedless Watermelon, (large diced)
- 1 tblsp Fresh Ginger, (minced)
- 1 tblsp Lime Juice
- 8 to10 Mint Leaves
- 6 ounces Maine Lobster, (medium diced)
- Food Processor
- Chefs Knife
- Cutting Board
- Small Mixing Bowl
- Fine Mesh Strainer
Once incorporated, strain though a Fine Mesh Strainer into the Small Mixing Bowl to remove excess pulp. At this point, you can chill your strained watermelon broth for 45 minutes or more or continue to finish your Watermelon Soup at room temperature. Smart Kitchen prefers chilling before service to combat the heat.
Once chilled, (or at room temperature if you prefer) fill a soup serving bowl halfway full by pouring in your strained watermelon broth. To garnish and add that final point of Flair, place 1 T (tbsp) of of lobster on a Pinch of sprouts and mint leaves. Carefully, center the lobster ontop of the sprouts island, in the center of the filled soup bowl to add a treat for the eye and taste buds. Serve chilled.