Watermelon Juice – Guest Post

April 18, 2015 DrinksHoli RecipesSummer Special  4 comments

Summer!! Summer!! Summer!! How I wish it was hot here just like Chennai!! I always prefer hot weather than the freeezing cold weather.. I should say it is better here nowadays, at least looks bright and dry . The first fruit that comes to my mind in summer is Watermelon. I really miss the sight of the road side shops in Chennai, loaded with watermelons, mangoes and tender coconuts!! So here u go with my favourite fruit juice – Watermelon Juice!!

This is a refreshing juice, perfect for the weather to keep u hydrated. This is a guest post for my friend Usha who shares her recipe at Mahaslovelyhome 

Am very glad that she gave me an opportunity to share a recipe in her lovely space. Thanks to her!!

Now to the recipe…



[Preparation Time-15 mins : Cooking Time- NIL]


  • Watermelon – 1 medium size
  • Sugar – 2 tbsp(optional)
  • Mint – 10 to 15 leaves
  • Ginger – 1 inch piece (chopped)





  • Peel, deseed the watermelon and chop it into cubes. Likewise peel and chop the ginger finely. Take chopped watermelon, ginger, mint leaves and sugar in a blender. Blend well until there are no tiny bits.

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Refreshing Watermelon Juice is ready!!

Serve chilled!!





  1. No water is required to make this watermelon juice. This fruit has enough water in it.
  2. I served the juice as is without straining. U can strain it if u want.
  3. Skip sugar if u dont prefer to add.


Click here to view my full guest post in her space 🙂

4 comments to Watermelon Juice – Guest Post

  • Maha  says:

    That’s a nice guest post n lovely recipes,thanks once again dear..

  • Anu-My Ginger Garlic Kitchen  says:

    Watermelon juice looks so refreshing and delicious! YUM! 🙂

  • padma  says:

    Very refreshing juice…perfect for the summer:)

  • veena  says:

    refreshing drink perfect cooler for summer

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