In the hot weather we've been having recently it can be hard to make too much of an effort when preparing food so I like to have a few really simple and quick meal ideas to hand . This delicious vegetarian grill stack was first created based on what was left in my fridge the day before my weekly shop! The ingredients compliment each other really well though and and it soon became a regular favourite.
What you need (to serve 4):
A 250g block of Halloumi Cheese
Two large Peppers (I chose Yellow and Red)
100g Cous Cous (either a ready spiced mix that you can buy in the supermarket or plain cous cous and your own spices to taste.)
Dressing (I used a sweet chilli, soy and ginger dressing, but I think sweet chilli, or a balsamic glaze would go equally as well)
What to do:
Start by slicing your Halloumi into 8 pieces and place under grill, (To make it super quick and easy I used our George Foreman).
Next chop each of your peppers up into 6 large pieces and also place on the grill.
Make up your cous cous as per the packet instructions (usually adding boiling water, stir, leave for five minutes and stir some more, adding a little olive oil if preferred.)
Turn the cheese and peppers after 5 minutes and continue to grill for a further 5 mins.
Serve by dishing the cous cous onto the plates then stacking 3 pieces of pepper and two pieces of Halloumi alternately on top to form a 'tower'.
Add dressing and season to taste and enjoy!
A deliciously simple vegetarian meal from fridge to plate in just 15 minutes, perfect for a warm summer evening!
Also great on a budget: this worked out at just 95p a serving for me!
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