SUMMER FRUITS AND SUNNY DAYS

Peach and Halloumi SaladPeach and Halloumi SaladTaking a pinch of inspiration from this recipe torn and saved from an old issue of Country Living Magazine, I used up the last peach in our fruit bowl to make a lovely salad, lots of greens, a sweet tangy dressing and some free-style polenta cakes filled us up nicely after a hard days work of hedge removal.Peach and Halloumi SaladPeach and Halloumi SaladPeach and Halloumi Salad

Salad Ingredients in layer order – serves 2
3 handfulls of land cress washed
3″ piece of Cucumber washed halved and sliced
1 peach halved and sliced
1 avocado peeled stoned and diced
Handful of cherries stoned and halved
1/2 block of Halloumi cheese sliced griddled then diced
1/2 red onion finely diced

Dressing – Whisk together and drizzle.
2 tablespoons olive oil
1 tablespoon pomegranate molasses
1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar
pinch of ground black pepper and sea salt

Serve with crusty organic bread or like us with herby lemon grilled polenta cakes (the polenta recipe need perfecting before sharing)!Peach and Halloumi SaladI hope you are enjoying these late Summer days, the weather is still beautiful here. I am feeling very lucky to have so much time to spend outdoors.

  • http://www.holistic-empowerement.com sofia

    Looks so beautiful and delicious :)
    Yes summer is almost over and I so love this beautiful golden light that shines in the afternoon…so delicious too ;)

  • http://www.juliasbookbag.com Melissa@Julia’s Bookbag

    This is LOVELY. And can I just say it’s such a treat that you are posting more often these days! Happy day! xo

    • Jeska

      Thank you Melissa, I am so happy that you visit me x

  • http://sbmillefeuilles.blogspot.com Stephanie

    Sweet and wonderful. I love savouring these final summer fruit days: each and every peach and melon devoured during these early school days seem even more delightful than usual.

    Happy weekend to you.

    ps I’m also shyly letting you know I’ve created a special limited edition end of summer hare which I’m offering as a gift …