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Fruit - Melon -  Crystal's Honeydew Soup Post by :Pepan Category :Learning Kitchen Author :Unknown Date :February 2012 Read :2565

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Fruit - Melon - Crystal's Honeydew Soup

1 Large Honeydew Melon
1 (32 oz.) Plain Yogurt
5 oz. Honey
1 Lime (for juice)
11/2 oz. Water
1 tsp. Fresh Mint (chopped)
1/2 tsp. Mexican Vanilla
Touch of Cinnamon


Heat honey and the water with cinnamon until the honey blends and breaks down. Cool mixture.

Seed, remove melon from rind and cube. Puree melon cubes in a blender and pour into a large mixing bowl. Squeeze in juice of one lime. Chop mint and add to melon. Stir in honey/water mixture. Add vanilla. Stir in yogurt slowly and blend with mixer until smooth. Chill about 2 hours and serve cold. Can garnish with fresh mint leaves.
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