Watermelon juice recipe

Before I share the watermelon juice recipe, I got some photos from my sushi party yesterday night to drool at….I am drooling too! I also linked some of the recipes to the photos just to make life easier for those who want to check out the recipes for the sushi. Thanks to my dear friend who took all these amazing photos!

My creation of a sushi cake! It was my friend’s birthday.

I don’t really have a recipe for this, unless it’s being requested then perhaps I will show how to make it… LOL… This just came to me really randomly when I was making sushi for my friend’s birthday.

Who says cakes need to be of flour, sugar, eggs etc… they can be made of sushi too! heehee..

And definitely yummylicious!

Steps on how to cut salmon nigiri recipe can be seen here:


Steps on how to make inside out rolls can be seen here:


Worked on the dragon roll again! The recipe for the dragon roll can be seen here:


Lastly I ended the sushi party with some of my buttermilk country cake. Was amazing although a simple cake!

Recipe can be seen here:


Lastly we come to the recipe for the watermelon juice:

The above 2 pics are more recently made at my sister’s house in York. Being a very enthusiastic Nami’s follower recently, my inspirations do come from her at times.

But I did have a sheer attempt of making watermelon juice in January 2013… A more presentable watermelon juice compared to the previous photos where I did not even bother with presentation because lighting in my sister’s house is SOOOO SOOO BAD…

Recipe for watermelon juice taken from Nami’s website and she has step by step instructions as usual for those who are keen to check it out:


  • 2 cups chopped watermelon
  • Juice from 1/4 lime
  • 1 Tbsp. simple syrup
  • A slice of lime for garnish (optional)
  • Mint leaves for garnish (optional)

1) Cut the watermelon into chunks removing the rind and seeds. Place the chunks into a bowl and let them cool in refrigerator for 1-2 hours.

2) In blender, combine watermelon, lime juice and simple syrup and puree.

3) Pour into the glass and garnish with a slice of lime and mint leaves (optional). Chill before serving if you like.



You can replace simple syrup with regular sugar if you want to save the time.

If you prefer to remove pulp, strain through a fine sieve. You will also need to double the portions for each ingredient per glass.