This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. The following content is intended for readers who are 21 or older. #Chardonnation #NotableSummer #CollectiveBias\r\n\r\nFor the longest time, I\u2019ve wanted to make an appetizer recipe with endive. They seem like such a simple, yet elegant appetizer to serve at a party or get-together. Since the summer produce is so amazing right now, I decided to create little watermelon feta salad bites. They are super easy to make, taste so fresh, and are a unique take on a sweet\/savory appetizer.\r\n\r\nTo make these watermelon feta salad endive bites, you just need endive, watermelon, feta, onion, and mint. I diced the watermelon pretty small so the pieces would fit easily on the endive. The reason I love the idea of endive boat appetizers is because there are endless ways you can make them your own. You can add other types of fruits, cheeses, vegetables, meats \u2013 really anything can work if you find a flavor combination that you like. Also, if you can\u2019t find endive, you can actually make this watermelon feta salad and serve it as-is, or tossed with other greens, like arugula.\r\n\r\nThese watermelon feta salad bites go perfectly with wine. I served mine with Notable Wines. They have two types of Chardonnay -- one is oaky and buttery and the other is fruity and crisp. I chose the fruity and crisp one because it goes perfectly with this watermelon and feta appetizer. To be honest, I\u2019m just starting to get more into selecting wine. One thing I love about Notable Wines is that they are the first wine brand that highlights the flavor profiles on the front of the bottle, helping make the wine aisle less confusing. Wine can vary so much based on the style, region, and taste, and most labels don\u2019t help distinguish the flavors. Notable Wines makes it easy for me to find the wine that I want.\r\n\r\nWe really enjoyed these watermelon feta salad bites. They are the perfect summer appetizer to serve to your friends with a glass of wine. I hope you\u2019ll give them a try and tell me what you think!\r\n\r\nAre you looking for other watermelon recipes? Here's a recipe for a\u00a03 melon salad with basil.\r\nWatermelon Feta Salad Endive Bites\r\nRecipe:\r\n2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar\r\n1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice\r\n\u00bc cup extra-virgin olive oil\r\n\u00bc cup red onion, diced finely\r\n5 cups seeded watermelon\r\n1 cup crumbled feta cheese\r\n\u00bc cup mint chiffonade\r\n2 endive heads\r\nDirections:\r\nAdd the apple cider vinegar and lemon juice to a small bowl. Whisk in the olive oil and season with salt and pepper. Add the red onion and let marinate for 5 to 10 minutes as you prepare the rest of the salad.\r\n\r\nAdd the watermelon, feta, and mint to a large bowl. Toss with the vinaigrette. Place a small amount of the watermelon salad onto each endive leaf. Serve immediately.\r\n\r\nRecipe adapted from the Food Network.