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Philip’s Healthy(ish) 15 Min Grilled Halloumi Sandwich

A go-to veggie lunchtime favourite to keep those meat cravings at bay…

A go-to veggie lunchtime favourite to keep those meat cravings at bay…

When calling on our trusty Reservations Agent Philip to give us a recipe we learnt that he has recently become a vegetarian. Impressive stuff. Naturally, our first reaction was ‘How did you manage to give up meat?’. Anyway, long story short he said, every time he wants meat, he has a grilled halloumi sandwich and all those desires simply melt away.

So, this brings us onto the next recipe in our five-part series. This is where we get each member of our team to give us a quick 15-minute recipe which suits those who are not only staying with us but also short of time and dollar.

Without further ado, it’s over to Philip…

  • 225g Halloumi
  • 1 x Courgette
  • 1 x Sweet Red Pepper
  • 1 x Baby Gem Lettuce
  • 2 x Tbsp of Red or Green Pesto
  • 2 x Ciabatta
  • Olive Oil

Optional

  • Butter

Serves 2 peeps (half recipe for 1)

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Step One

Start by pre-heating the grill on full power. Check your House Manual should you require any help with this.

 

Step Two

Start off by getting a plate and adding a drizzle of olive oil and some salt and pepper to it. Then slice the halloumi into half-centimeter slices and put onto the plate with oil.

 

Step Three

Slice the top and bottom off the courgette and slice into 4 even lengthways slices so that they are easy to grill. Add these to the plate and cover with oil. Repeat this with the sweet peppers ensuring all seeds are removed.

 

Step Four

Add all the contents of the oil plate onto a baking tray and place it under the grill. Keep checking back and once everything is a nice golden brown (including the halloumi) remove it from the grill.

 

Step Five

While the halloumi and vegetables are grilling, slice the ciabattas in half and then pop these in the microwave for 30 seconds before serving. Once removed add butter or just pesto and add your grilled halloumi, vegetables, lettuce & serve.

 

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Want to get your recipe featured on the Your Apartment blog? Drop Dan an email (daniel@yourapartment.com) and if it makes him hungry, he’ll serve it up to our community.

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