Chickpea and Quinoa Burgers with Halloumi (Souvlaki For The Soul)

Chickpea and Quinoa Burgers with Halloumi

Sweet Potato & Halloumi Burgers

Sweet Potato & Halloumi Burgers

This vegetarian burger that I adapted from a recipe book was one of the slight failures at my vegetarian barbecue [Read More]

Sunflower Seed Veggie Burgers with Grilled Halloumi + Curried Tahini Sauce | halfbakedharvest.com @hbharvest

Sunflower Seed Veggie Burgers with Fried Halloumi + Curried Tahini Sauce

Sunflower Seed Veggie Burgers with Grilled Halloumi + Curried Tahini Sauce | halfbakedharvest.com @hbharvest

Sunflower Seed Veggie Burgers with Grilled Halloumi + Curried Tahini Sauce | halfbakedharvest.com @hbharvest

Sunflower Seed Veggie Burgers with Fried Halloumi + Curried Tahini Sauce

Sunflower Seed Veggie Burgers with Grilled Halloumi + Curried Tahini Sauce | halfbakedharvest.com @hbharvest

The aubergines and tomatoes in this dish almost melt together in the oven, forming a savoury, chunky semi-sauce for the nutty little chickpeas. Like many dishes of its kind (ratatouille, for one), this is best served warm or at room temperature, rather than piping hot or fridge cold. A bowlful of this, just as it is, makes a delicious lunch or light supper. Add rice or warm pitta breads and a green salad and you have quite a meal.

Aubergine, tomatoes, chickpeas

The aubergines and tomatoes in this dish almost melt together in the oven, forming a savoury, chunky semi-sauce for the nutty little chickpeas. Like many dishes of its kind (ratatouille, for one), this is best served warm or at room temperature, rather than piping hot or fridge cold. A bowlful of this, just as it is, makes a delicious lunch or light supper. Add rice or warm pitta breads and a green salad and you have quite a meal.


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This simple squash curry is the sort of thing you could rustle up quickly on a chilly weekday evening. You can make the dish as hot or mild as you like by adjusting the quantity of fresh chilli and by the curry powder or paste you choose to use. I’d go for a fairly mild variety of chilli, so you can put plenty of it in for colour and texture without blowing everyone’s head off.

Squash, coconut, chilli

This simple squash curry is the sort of thing you could rustle up quickly on a chilly weekday evening. You can make the dish as hot or mild as you like by adjusting the quantity of fresh chilli and by the curry powder or paste you choose to use. I’d go for a fairly mild variety of chilli, so you can put plenty of it in for colour and texture without blowing everyone’s head off.

This richly spiced combination of squash, tomatoes and pulses is based around a traditional Moroccan recipe, harira. That dish is actually a soup but, whenever I make it, I find myself veering towards such a thick and chunky texture that ‘stew’ seems a more appropriate description. It hardly matters – it’s a delicious, belly-filling, one-pot dish.

North african squash and chickpea stew

This richly spiced combination of squash, tomatoes and pulses is based around a traditional Moroccan recipe, harira. That dish is actually a soup but, whenever I make it, I find myself veering towards such a thick and chunky texture that ‘stew’ seems a more appropriate description. It hardly matters – it’s a delicious, belly-filling, one-pot dish.

This beautifully simple, light curry is closely based on a wonderful recipe from chef Angela Hartnett. It’s always preferable to use some carefully selected ground and whole spices in a recipe like this but, if you’re in a hurry, use a ready-made curry powder instead of the dry spices.

Cauliflower and chickpea curry

This beautifully simple, light curry is closely based on a wonderful recipe from chef Angela Hartnett. It’s always preferable to use some carefully selected ground and whole spices in a recipe like this but, if you’re in a hurry, use a ready-made curry powder instead of the dry spices.

You can enjoy this easy vegetable curry as part of a spread of spicy dishes or on its own. I like to eat it with thick, plain yoghurt and a garlicky flatbread or two. A little mango chutney doesn’t go amiss either.

Lentils, spinach, potato

You can enjoy this easy vegetable curry as part of a spread of spicy dishes or on its own. I like to eat it with thick, plain yoghurt and a garlicky flatbread or two. A little mango chutney doesn’t go amiss either.

Squash, red onion and butter bean roast. This is a very satisfying all-in-one dish: warming, filling and easy to throw together. The roasted beans take on a toasty crispness that complements the silky squash and sweet onions.

Squash, red onion and butter bean roast

Squash, red onion and butter bean roast. This is a very satisfying all-in-one dish: warming, filling and easy to throw together. The roasted beans take on a toasty crispness that complements the silky squash and sweet onions.

Crispy Quinoa Burgers Topped with Sweet Potato Fries, Beer Caramelized Onions & Gruyere

Epic Crispy Quinoa Burgers Topped with Sweet Potato Fries, Beer Caramelized Onions + Gruyere

You can adapt this easy, fiery chilli to the seasons, swapping summer’s courgettes and peppers for autumn’s mushrooms and squash, for instance. And you can easily double or triple the quantities if you want to feed a crowd (it’s perfect for bonfire night), or lay some down in the freezer.

Pinto bean chilli

You can adapt this easy, fiery chilli to the seasons, swapping summer’s courgettes and peppers for autumn’s mushrooms and squash, for instance. And you can easily double or triple the quantities if you want to feed a crowd (it’s perfect for bonfire night), or lay some down in the freezer.

This is a great, if unexpected, three-way combination of lovely flavours and textures, all held together by the nutty rapeseed oil dressing – a perfect autumn salad.

Roasted parsnip, puy lentil and watercress salad

This is a great, if unexpected, three-way combination of lovely flavours and textures, all held together by the nutty rapeseed oil dressing – a perfect autumn salad.

This spicy North African pepper and tomato stew with eggs baked on top makes a lovely, lazy supper. The classic Italian peperonata is prepared in the same way but without eggs or spices – it is equally good.

Chachouka

This spicy North African pepper and tomato stew with eggs baked on top makes a lovely, lazy supper. The classic Italian peperonata is prepared in the same way but without eggs or spices – it is equally good.

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