Yesterday I had dinner at Michiel’s place! He’s recovering from a heavy Le Guess Who weekend and needed some vegetables. He made a nice salad with pangasius filet which is perfect for (meatless) Monday.

For two persons you need: 2 pangasius filets, chickpeas, cauliflower, cherry tomatoes, mixed salad, avocado, garlic, olive oil, curry herbs, salt and pepper.

Slice the cauliflower in little pieces and cook them until they’re ready. Crush the garlic and mix it with olive oil, curry herbs, salt and pepper. Season the filets with the mix. Grill the pangasius filets. Take a bowl and mix the cherry tomatoes, salad, avocado and chickpeas. Season the cauliflower a little bit with salt and pepper and add it with the salad. And you’re done! Put the salad and the filet on a plate and bon appetit!

It was really nice but I think you can improve it with a nice hummus dressing. Maybe something for next time!

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  1. Nathalie #
    December 3, 2013

    Fish is also meat. The environmental (& health) consquences of eating fish are not less important than the ones of eating ‘meat’, and thus doesn’t make fish a per se better alternative. But certainly not fitted for meatless monday! The chickpeas, on the other hand, are a perfect source of proteins (and tons of other good stuff of course)! Add some grains to this salad and it’s a very good meatless monday meal 🙂

  2. December 3, 2013

    Thank you for your input! You’re absolutely right about fish being meat, although a lot of people are vegetarian and still eat fish. So I put the ‘meatless’ in parentheses 🙂 Will try to make some actually meatless Monday’s recipe, so if you have some more thoughts on nice vegetarian recipes, I’d love to hear!

  3. Marian #
    December 3, 2013

    Panga it’s a really polemic fish. They took our from cafeterias and said not to eat it, but people still buy it because it’s cheap.

  4. December 4, 2013

    Hmm did not know that! Will do some research but my first glance on google doesn’t look so good for the Pangasius fish indeed…

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