Now you can enjoy the sweet, salty, and savory taste of watermelon paired with meatloaf seasoning! It's practically like watermelon salsa.
A few months ago, I saw this article about a recipe on the Food Network about seasoning watermelon cubes with taco seasoning and the Internet got pissed about that. Well, taco seasoning isn't a stretch from meatloaf seasoning, so this controversy is where I got the idea from.
I'm telling you, if I was famous, I'd be causing controversies on the Internet every time I upload a video! #alittlerecognitionplease
The salt and the seasoning takes out some of the water in the watermelon, so I decided to save it, dilute it with water, and use it in place of plain water to make my morning instant oatmeal, which is where a lot of my leftover ingredients go(oh and in Korean pancakes too).
I didn't anticipate my dad saying this was the weirdest thing he ever tasted. It looks like my standards for what "weird food" is are a lot different from most people.
You will need:
For the cooking equipment:
A large bowl
A small bowl
For the cubes:
1 pound watermelon cubes
1. In a large bowl, sprinkle salt on top of the watermelon cubes and coat the salt in the cubes- this will help drain some of the watermelon's inherent moisture out.
2. Pour meatloaf seasoning in a small bowl. Put a small amount of the seasoning on top of the watermelon cubes and coat the watermelon cubes in the seasoning. Use the liquid in the bottom of the bowl as a broth or in place of water in instant oatmeal. Bon appetit!