Griddled Halloumi with Asparagus, Aubergine and Red Pointy Pepper with a Red Chilli Marinade

This is a really easy meal. Just marinade the halloumi in red chilli pieces and olive oil, griddle all the ingredients and serve.

In the photos below you can see we drained the vegetables on kitchen paper before serving to remove excess oil.

Great served with some fresh crusty bread or rice.

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What we ate Wednesday

Hi Folks
Treat night for us last night, we shared some potato wedges and garlic bread along with this pizza (half vegi volcano and half margarita with sweetcorn and pineapple) and some melt in the mouth cookies for only £17.99 delivered. Absolutely delicious and spicy. Totally recommend Dominos for pizza.
Does everyone in cyber space love pizza as much as we do?

Paneer Curry Hack

This is a paneer dish made with left over lentil curry and only three other ingredients. This is a great recipe for vegetarians as it high in protein and is great for using up leftover food.

Ingredients

Leftover lentil curry (simple recipe in a previous post),
Packet of paneer,
1x Red Pepper
Small amount of oil

To serve
Rice and yogurt

Method

To make a smooth curry take the leftover lentil curry and blend with a hand blender, if you are happy with chunks then don’t blend at all; Blending does make the lentil curry seem richer in taste. In a separate frying pan, fry the cubed paneer in a small amount of oil until it’s lightly browned on all sides. Then add the red pepper chopped finely and the lentil curry and simmer for 10-15 minutes to warm thru.

Serve with rice and yogurt or bread.

This is a great meal that’s quick to prepare, great for a busy week night.

Hope you try it and enjoy it.

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Smoked Tofu Noodles

This is a nice healthy recipe which can be made with a few ingredients and within 15 minutes.

Ingredients

Amoy dried noodles
Cauldron Smoked Tofu
Blue Dragon Sweet Chilli and Garlic Sauce
Yellow pepper slices
Kale

Method

Open and strain the tofu well. Chop the peppers and throw into a hot frying pan or wok with the kale and tofu, fry for a few minutes until brown. At the same time cook the noodles in boiling water for 3-4 minutes. Strain the noodles and throw in the pan with the other ingredients add the sauce and cook for a few minutes. Serve and eat while hot.

Enjoy!

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What’s in the Fridge?

This is our Fridge just after the food delivery it’s messy but it’s works!

Planned meals for this week are vegetarian Sunday dinner with Quorn Roast, Spicy Tofu Noodles, Paneer Curry, Griddled Halloumi with Pointy Pepper, Aubergine and Asparagus and Asda Meatfree Kievs with home made chips and beans.

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What’s in your fridge?