Cavaillon melon infused with carrot juice

This type of melon goes perfectly with carrot and becomes a tad more savoury when infused with carrot juice. As a result, it makes a delicious combination when served with crustaceans such as lobster and langoustines.

Cavaillon melon infused with carrot juice

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Cavaillon melon



carrot juice

Preparation method

  • Use a melon baller to make different sized balls from the halved Cavaillon melon.
  • Place them in a shallow container and pour over the carrot juice to just about cover them.
  • Transfer to a vacuum machine and pull vacuum 2 to 3 times, depending on your machine and its settings. The melon must become more transparent.
  • Vacuum sealing the product briefly makes its texture more porous so that it can fully absorb the carrot juice.

Serving suggestions

  • As part of a starter or salad, e.g. fried langoustines with infused carrot, green asparagus and orange.
  • As part of a dessert with coconut and orange.

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