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Category: Side Dishes

Steak sides: Watermelon and Onion Salad

I know it sounds incredibly repulsive, but onions and watermelon go together extremely well! Add a little mint and you’ve got yourself a delicious steak side Watermelon and Onion Salad! There’s just something about the sweet taste of both of these ingredients that really makes you want more!

Watermelon and Onion Salad

You absolutely need to try this!

Ingredients:

4 cups watermelon cut into cubes
1/4-1/2 red onion cut into thin slices
1 Tbsp Mint finely chopped
1 Tspn Lemon Juice
Pepper to taste
Olive oil to Drizzle

Place your watermelon, sliced onion, mint, and pepper in a large bowl. Mix all of the ingredients together very lightly so you don’t crush the watermelon. Once fully mixed, squeeze the lemon juice onto the salad, and drizzle with olive oil. Place the salad into your serving bowl, and place into the fridge until you are ready to eat! Whenever I make this, I always run out! You might be right by making 2 batches of this at one time!

Serve this up at your next bbq, and you will get some raving reviews! Tell me how you like it below!

What are some sides that you like to serve during your bbq’s? Share them blow so we can all try them out! It’s never bad to have too many side dish ideas!

Steak side Dishes! – Buttery Bacon Corn

Nothing wraps up a steak like a delicious side. Corn has always been a classic side for a steak, but lets try amping it up a little bit. If you’ve never experimented with corn… let me blow your mind.

Buttery Bacon Corn

Ingredients:

One pack of frozen yellow corn or sweet white corn

2 Tbsp of Butter

4 slices of bacon

First, cook your bacon until it is crispy. Once it is crispy, set your bacon on a paper towel to let it drain off.

Second, Boil your corn in water for about 3 minutes, until it is just about fully cooked.

Next, strain off the excess water, and add some butter into the corn. Stir until it is melted.

Next, crumble the bacon into the corn and stir it in. That is it. Serve up the corn next to your favorite steak, and you’re in for an excellent meal!

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