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Galia Melon Red Currant Bowl


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The Galia melon looks like a cantaloupe on the outside and a honeydew on the inside. They taste light, smooth and sweet. The Galia melon can be used in both sweet and savory dishes. Great in salads, breakfast, and main dishes. This fruit bowl is not only easy, but it's fun to put it together, too and perfect for breakfast, a snack or as a dessert.

  • 4 tbsp Coconut flakes, unsweetened
  • 1 Galia melon
  • 100 g Mascarpone
  • 1/2 Lime, juiced
  • 100 g Red currants
  • Lemon thyme
  1. Heat a skillet over medium-high heat. Add in coconut flakes and shake in the skillet until lightly toasted and aromatic.
  2. Cut the melon into half. Use a spoon to scrape out the seeds. To make perfect melon balls, press down firmly so the melon baller digs into the flesh, then twist to make the ball.
  3. Carefully scrape the rest of the melon flesh with a spoon, being careful not to damage the shell. Blend the melon flesh, mascarpone and lime juice together until smooth using an immersion blender.
  4. Return the mixture into the prepared shells. Add in melon balls, red currants and sprinkle some toasted coconut flakes over. Garsnish with lemon thyme. Enjoy!

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32 comments:

Whats Cookin Italian Style Cuisine 6/8/20 16:30

Wow that is absolutely stunning to serve to family and guests and so healthy too!

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Cheyanne @ No Spoon Necessary 6/8/20 17:14

I've never been able to find currants here and every time I see them used in a recipe I get so jealous! This bowl is no exception, because it's absolutely BEAUTIFUL!!!! I mean, it's almost too pretty to eat - not that it would stop me, because it also looks delicious! ;) I'm going to have to make this sans the currants, but I definitely want to try it! YUMMY!

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Pam 6/8/20 18:47

Almost too pretty to eat.

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The Exclusive Beauty Diary 6/8/20 19:30

This look so delicious and refreshing. I would like to try it through screen.

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Marissa 6/8/20 19:57

This treat looks wonderful, Angie! Love the balance of fresh/nutritious and creamy/decadent!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 6/8/20 22:37

My mother used to serve melon with ice cream! This sounds refreshing and so delicious!

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Julie 7/8/20 04:41

I would love to dig in.. looks so colorful and fresh :)

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Himawan Sant 7/8/20 05:10

Wow, I'm amazed by the creativity of the recipe ... I just learned from this melon for the first time. I will make it because it happens that melons are easy to get in my country.

.. Greetings from Indonesia.

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2pots2cook 7/8/20 09:56

melon and Mascarpone ????? Am I in heaven ?

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Nancy Chan 7/8/20 10:26

You are very creative and you came up with this beautiful melon bowl that makes me drool. Must be a very refreshing snack.

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Liz That Skinny Chick Can Bake 7/8/20 12:26

Wow, what a gorgeous presentation! What a wonderful way to eat with all your senses!!!

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Ashley@CookNourishBliss 7/8/20 15:02

I've never heard of a Galia melon before! This sounds delightful!

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Natalia 7/8/20 15:03

So refreshing, red currants are very popular here! Looks so pretty toi! Stay safe and healthy everyone ☺

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Blog de la Licorne. 7/8/20 15:41

Looks like a juicy and fulfilling cake, yum!! ❤

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Kitchen Riffs 7/8/20 16:01

So pretty! Lotta great flavor and texture going on here. Good recipe -- thanks.

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Amy (Savory Moments) 7/8/20 22:48

Wow what a delightful and vibrant recipe! I'd love to dig right in to this!

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Gloria Baker 8/8/20 06:53

Love red currant and this looks delicious !!!xo

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Dahn @savorthebest 8/8/20 15:51

Looks incredible with the mascarpone sauce and currants!

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Balvinder 8/8/20 16:12

This is a wonderful colorful and cooling treat!

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Evelyne CulturEatz 8/8/20 19:02

That is the best fruit salad I have seen. Another melon to try. How luxurious with the red currant and mascarpone. I actually used my melon baller yesterday, it was getting dusty.

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Isabell's Kitchen 8/8/20 19:24

Looks so delicious and refreshing! And it's so easy to make! Great idea, Angie!

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Let's Curry 9/8/20 01:29

Angie,
I love Galia melon and I have some red currants growing in my garden. Good timing for this recipe and I loved how you have used toasted coconut flakes in this dessert. Perfect.

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Makeup Muddle 9/8/20 18:19

What a delicious summer desert! I haven't had any galia melon for maybe 10 years. I always go for watermelon or honeydew melon, but you've made me crave galia now :D thank you for sharing your delicious recipes, as always Angie. Have a lovely week xo

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Juliana 10/8/20 03:47

I love Galia melon, and absolutely love the idea of serving it with mascarpone cheese, coconut flakes and red currents...so pretty how you place them all together.
Have a wonderful week ahead!

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Valentina 10/8/20 06:23

Galia melons are so delicious, and with all that you've added to it, I can only imagine how amazing the recipe is. Brilliant. :-) ~Valentina

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Raymund 10/8/20 23:13

Another pretty creation! so vibrant.

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grace 11/8/20 14:40

now i really want to try a galia melon, even though i hadn't heard of it until this moment!

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Evi 12/8/20 11:56

What a lovely way to serve summer fruits!

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tigerfish 12/8/20 21:44

So pretty! Been enjoying melons on the cheap because they are in season :)

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Noob Cook 9/9/20 08:26

I like your description of the Galia melon. I'm certainly learning lotsa new things from your blog hehe

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