Meat Free Monday - Spicy goats cheese cracker breads

September 19, 2016

Meat Free Monday - Spicy goats cheese cracker breads

When I used to work in an office lunch time was very often a chance to flee the chaos and get some brisk exercise on the way to fetch some lunch. The downside of that of course is that I would buy a baguette, some crisps and invariably a chocolate bar. Not the healthiest choices but certainly the most appealing and convenient. Now I have more time to prepare a lunch I am experimenting with far healthier options, hence today's meat free Monday lunch option. 

I used a small homegrown super chilli in the mix. It wasn't terribly overpowering, you could still taste everything else, the heat came through slowly but intensely. I also used a teaspoon of Baharat but you can season with salt and pepper if you don't have any.  

Ingredients

4 crackerbread
1 slice of a large red onion - chopped finely 
4 slices cucumber - chopped finely
1 small chilli - chopped finely  
40-50g goats cheese 
Splash of olive oil 
salt & pepper to taste or a sprinkling of Baharat 

Method 

Mash the goats cheese with the olive oil and seasoning. Add the chopped ingredients and mix well. Spread over crackerbreads. How easy is that?! 

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