What are the ways in which I can serve cantaloupes?

Michael T. Murray, ND
Naturopathic Medicine

You can serve cantaloupes in the following ways:

  • Cantaloupe bowls: Half and seed cantaloupe, sprinkle inside with lime juice, and add your favorite sorbet, cottage cheese, or yogurt.
  • Serve cantaloupe in fruit salads. Its flavor combines well with virtually any other fruit, including berries, oranges, pineapple, bananas, and kiwifruit.
  • For an appetizer or salad to complement a spring or summer meal, toss chunks of cantaloupe with lemon and watercress, or, for a Mexican flair, try lime, cilantro, and sliced jicama.
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