It has been another busy week of weeding, feeding, planting out, watering etc. in the garden. We just picked our first wild strawberries yesterday, which was very exciting, and I have just picked our first cucumber today, even more exciting! It will be going with the lettuce and radishes we harvested for salad with our spaghetti and parmesan tonight.
But I’ve got another recipe for you today…
I love growing Spanish tree cabbage, seeds available from the Real Seed Company. This is the third year the original sowings have been standing and producing. They make a great green for humans and animals alike.
If you want to familiarise yourself with this easy to grow and care for veg, then take a look at my post about Tree Cabbage.
For now, here is a little recipe to inspire you to try growing it.
Halloumi and Tree Cabbage
-250g halloumi cheese -10 large leaves of tree cabbage -Olive oil, for frying
- Cut the halloumi cheese into chunks.
- Rip the tree cabbage leaves from the stalks and into smaller pieces.
- Warm the olive oil in a frying pan. Add the halloumi. When it is browning on one side, flip over to brown the other. At the same time, add the shredded leaves.
- Cook until the halloumi is browning and the tree cabbage is turning crispy. Serve as a starter or side dish.