For those of you that don’t know me, I’m notoriously undomesticated. Cooking really isn’t my thing. Lately I’ve had to face up to the fact that crisps does not constitute a nutritionally balanced meal. For that reason, this little gem has become my saviour.
I make a big bowl of it every couple of days and either snack on it as it is, put it in a wrap, include it as a side dish for dinner. Best of all, it’s super easy to make. Even someone as useless as I am in the kitchen could whip this up. It’s great for those of that are time starved but still want to eat something vaguely nutritious.
So what’s in it? A green capsicum (or pepper for the Brits), two salad tomatoes and a small red onion. Finely chop it all, add a little salt and pepper, enjoy. Every now and then if I feel really adventurous, I heat some sesame oil in a frying pan, add pumpkin seeds and sprinkle soy sauce over them while they heat up. Once they’ve cooled down, they mage a great addition to this yummy dish. You can also add feta for a Greek spin on it.
Nom nom nom!