We are all moved out of our house, and the new owners have officially taken the keys, it is a really good feeling to be all done with the hard stuff! I'll do a blog post on that soon, but, today a recipe, because it has been a while.
Now that we are getting a bit more normality back into our lives, we are trying to get back to our regular healthy meals, rather than the last minute thrown together stuff we have been eating lately, plus our fair share of eating out. It feels good to have time to think about shopping and dinners again.
This is one of my favourites. When I'm feeling like something light and easy for dinner this is my go to meal. And, I love haloumi!!! Seriously cheese that you can fry in a fry pan, do I have to say more! Also, I know it isn't the typical toddler meal, but Ezra chows this down. He LOVES the haloumi too, and will eat big spoonfuls of lentils. Sometimes that kid shocks me with what he eats, but we have been feeding him a pretty wide variety of different foods since he has started solids, so I'm hoping he will keep his great eating habits! The strangest thing that he loves is the pickled ginger that you serve with Sushi!
1/2 Red Onion
Cherry or Mini Roma Tomatoes
Bunch of Coriander
Follow the instructions on the packet of Lentils for cooking, and I usually just estimate how much I need depending on the size of the group eating.
Halve the tomatoes and finely slice the red onion and pick a handful of coriander leaves and add them all to a large bowl
Squeeze half of the lemon and approximately 1/4 cup of Olive Oil into the bowl, and stir in.
When the lentils are almost ready, fire up a fry pan, add a teaspoon of oil and sliced haloumi. Cook the haloumi until it is crisp and golden on the outside.
Strain the lentils, and add both them and the haloumi to the bowl and serve.
So easy, so delicious.
As it is Tuesday, I'm linking up with Jess for #IBOT and Stacey at The Veggie Mama for Meatless Monday!