In the style of the Bell’s marvellous pizzas and this sausage-toting breakfast beast I made a while back, here’s another lovely thing to put on pitta or whatever other kind of flatbread you can lay your hands on. It’s quick, it’s easy, and because halloumi cheese is the world’s densest edible substance, these little snacks are deceptively satisfying.
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I intended for this to be a sort of starter but it’s way too filling for that. Serve it with a salad and some garlic bread as a main course, I reckon.
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Not your typical stir fry, this one is sort of minty and herby and full of squeaky cheese. I made it out of odds and ends from last week’s veg box – your own leftovers may vary, but I certainly recommend trying something like this with halloumi and any old combination of veg.
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We’ve been getting loads of broad beans in the weekly veg boxes of late, and this is as good a way as any to use them up. People on TV cookery shows generally remove the outer casing from each individual bean. I tried it once and it’s absolutely not worth the effort, but if you’ve got the time or inclination to do that, then fair play to you. Get a job…
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