Food talk. My favourite. These kebabs are easy to prepare, cook and super healthy. They are cute to make and plus, they're pretty damn good looking. My boyfriend and I made them one evening and had them with steak and they were such a nice change to roast or boiled veg.
You will need:
Or anything else you need to use up in your fridge. Chris added chorizo, being a massive carnivore.
1. Soak those wooden skewers in some cold water before chopping up your veg. It stops them from burning.
2. Cut the halloumi into small squares, half the courgette length ways, then again to make half moon shapes. Chop up your peppers similar sizes to the rest of the veg.
3. Put all your bits into a bowl and pour some oil, add salt and pepper and mix it all up with your hands. You can add lemon zest and mint leaves if you have them.
4. Carefully (I say that because a few of our bits fell apart but we the them of course) slide them onto the skewers spaced equally apart.
5. Turn the grill on to the highest heat and put foil on the tray. We didn't do that for the first half of them cooking, so some of the bits of halloumi fell off, what a waste.
6. Pop them on the tray and cook for 10-12 minutes, turning a few times. As long as the halloumi is golden, all the veg should be soft.
Nutritional Info per skewer without chorizo:
160 cals/ 3.6C/ 13.6F/ 6.3P
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