Chorizo, Broad Bean , New Potato and Feta Salad with Parsley Mint and Lemon

Chorizo , Broad Bean , New Potato , Feta Minted Salad

This is another example of the lovely  Nick pulling out all the stops to get me to blog the food he cooks.

This not only tasted fantastic it was so pretty delicious sweet new potatoes and broad beans from the vegebox  obsorbed the light dressing made with plenty of fresh herbs from his garden and salty hit of feta with each mouthful

Nick is a smoked sausage and salami addict any excuse to slip a little salted meat into a dish it worked well with the fresh lemons and herbs,   but if you are vegetarian  you could  replace the chorizo with roasted beetroot .

Chorizo,  Broad Bean , New Potato and Feta Salad with Parsley Mint and Lemon

Fresh Chorizo Sausage  , finely sliced
Broad Beans , removed from the pod
Feta Cheese  , crumbled
Spring Onions , roughly chopped
New Potatoes
Mint ,finely chopped
Parsley finely chopped
Black Pepper
Freshly squeezed  lemon juice
Olive Oil

  1. Boil the new potatoe til soft , adding the broad beans for the last 5 minutes
  2. Meanwhile in a bowl mix together the crumbled feta with parsley , mint and lemon juice with a grinding of black pepper and a few glugs of olive oil
  3. Roughly chop the cooked potatoes and add to the  bowl while warm
  4. next add the broad beans , spring onions
  5. Leave the salad to absorb the lemon oil and herbs
  6. Meanwhile grill the fresh chorizo til crisp on both sides
  7. Place the salad in a serving bowl and scatter over the chorizo
  8. Serve with bread or salad leaves

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