It’s nearly Saint Davids day! (on 1st March and a big day for us Welsh). Usually celebrated by lots of daffodils, welsh-cakes, children in Welsh costumes and… LEEKS!
So what better way to celebrate Saint Davids day on the blog, than sharing my (long awaited) spicy leek and feta cous cous recipe?!
I created this recipe off the cuff on day a few years ago. It was one of those moments where you don’t have much food left in the house, and end up rustling up whatever you can out of the fridge. I like to call this a ‘fridge raid recipe’. The results were so good, that I have made it again, and again.
It keeps and reheats well too. My Husband prefers his leftovers cold, but I prefer them hot, so it’s good either way. It’s cheap and easy to make as a work lunch or a quick bite to eat at home.
I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as we do! It’s so simple and tasty there’s not much not to like!
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