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Goats Cheese & Stir Fry Vegetables

After 4 weeks of indulging in lots of good food I felt a need to make something with a bit more vegetables! Lets get back to the low carb and healthy life..

This was quick and easy to throw together and had lots of rich flavours.

I fried off some bacon first, removed it and then added in the shallots so they’d cook in the bacon drippings (yes, I still think this is healthy!) And utterly tasty, it wasn’t too much so I don’t feel bad at all!, I added the courgettes to this to soak up all the remaining drippings.

I added the other veg then cooked til it was tender to my liking, popped in the goats cheese and let it melt over the heat for a few minutes before plating up. Then toss in the bacon!

Goats Cheese and Stir-fry Veg

I added a slice of prosciutto on top and served with olives on the side for a real mediterranean feel.

Goats Cheese & Stir-fry Veg garnished with Prosciutto

I really love the combination of goats cheese and red peppers, they work very well together.

I didn’t really measure things so I’ve just given estimates in the recipe. Try it with other veggies and let me know what you think.

Happy Eating,





  • Bacon (cubed)
  • Shallots
  • Butter (just a little… totally optional!)
  • Courgette (zucchini)
  • Chilli Powder
  • Paprika
  • Salt & Pepper (to taste)
  • Sugar snap peas
  • Red peppers
  • Goats Cheese


  • Prosciutto


  1. Fry off the bacon, remove when crispy, leaving behind the drippings.
  2. Add the shallots, fry in bacon drippings for 2 minutes or so, add in a knob of butter (optional) and the courgettes. Cook for a few minutes allowing the Ā courgettes to soak up the drippings.
  3. Add in Seasoning and stir another minute. Add in the remaining veg (and any others you might like).
  4. Cook til you are happy with the tenderness of the vegetables. Add in the goats cheese (cut up into chunks).
  5. Stir for a few minutes til the cheese goes gooey and soft and there are little chunks but also some coating of the vegetables too.
  6. Add back in the crunch bacon pieces.
  7. Plate up and garnish with prosciutto and olives.

About Chicabella the Corseted Culinarian

Recipe for The Corseted Culinarian: Mix together two parts creative, one part inquisitive, one part outgoing, dash of silly, sprinkle of funny, knead gently, bake, allow to cool, slice and spread with love.


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