“This is a quick and simple recipe. It highlights how healthy eating doesn’t have to be complicated or limited to a salad. Appreciate the individual flavours in this dish. You can find great healthy pastas or pasta alternative. Simple food is linked to mindful eating. When a dish has few ingredients it really allows you to appreciate each of the flavours. Build a relationship with each ingredient so that you intuitively choose what you eat based on what you need at the time. Listen to your body. Sometimes less is more.” https://www.thetrufflejournal.com/

  We adapted this recipe from Whole Bowl Foods for Balance to include more fresh Spring greens and a pasta of choice, because we love our greens at Food Lover's! *WHOLE Bowl Foods For Balance published by Penguin Random House.




  • Health
  • Light Meal
  • Pasta
  • Salads
  • Latest>Valentines Meals
  • Vegetarian


  • Mediterranean

Cooking Methods

  • Cooking
  • Grilling


*You could use spiralized Zucchini as a low-carb pasta choice *Try a Goat's Halloumi Cheese *#Vegan alternative: Replace the Halloumi with Tofu slices



Add all the ingredients for the gremolata and salt to taste to a foodprocessor and blend until smooth.
Bring a saucepan of salted water to a boil and cook the pasta as per packet instructions or until al dente.
Slice the halloumi into 5-mm-thick slices and fry over medium to high heat, in a non-stick pan, for roughly 1 minute per side or until golden brown.
Set aside.
When the pasta is ready, drain and return to the saucepan. Add the
gremolata and fresh greens & mix well. Season to taste with salt and a crack of black
pepper. Serve hot and topped with the fried halloumi and the pine orcashew nuts.

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