Ben Lebus promises that “we will never again struggle with a vegetarian alternative for friends who don’t eat meat”. I tend to believe it with all those wonderful recipes and pictures.
But what is that intriguing MOB from the title? Google offers the solution: “MOB Kitchen” turns out to be an online cooking platform that helps students and “young professionals” to prepare budget-friendly restaurant-quality meals. “Mob” simply means “gang” or “group”, a word Lebus chose because “people kitchen” was already in use.
The vegetarian in the house can choose the recipe and goes for the halloumi burgers. According to Lebus “the tastiest veggie burger in existence”.
I think that’s a small exaggeration and prefer to talk about a simple flavor bomb that, if you roast the peppers in advance, is very quickly on the table. The added value is the piripiri sauce for which you need those peppers, and which is a particularly good match with the grilled halloumi. Spread generously, says Lebus, we take that to heart. Yummy! So a nice book.
Although we still have a comment. Each recipe comes with a Spotify code so that you “can start cooking with the right music”. Apparently you cook up halloumi burgers Love explosion by Donnell Pitman, which I do not know and which does not immediately appeal to me. As far as I’m concerned, unnecessary playthings. Maybe young professionals think differently.
Halloumi burgers piri piri
3 bell peppers (not green), red onion, 1/2 lemon smoked paprika powder, oregano, red wine vinegar, red pepper, garlic, 450g halloumi, 4 hamburger buns, mayonnaise, lettuce, olive oil, salt, pepper
Preheat oven to 200 ° C.
Chop the bell pepper’s onion.
Place them with half a lemon (cut side down) on a baking tray.
Bake 45 min, remove from oven like paprika.
Put one third of the paprika-onion mixture with lemon pulp in a blender, mix it with 1 tsp paprika and 1 tsp. oregano.
Put 1 tbsp. red wine vinegar, red pepper and 1 clove of garlic.
Season with salt and pepper and add 1 tbsp. olive oil.
Mix until smooth.
Fry slices of halloumi in a hot grill pan for 3-4 minutes per side.
Toast the hamburger buns.
Mix piripiri sauce with 5 tbsp. mayonnaise.
Spread the bottom of sandwiches with this.
Top with a slice of halloumi, then roasted peppers, some lettuce, more mayo, more halloumi and then the top of the buns.