What is squeaky, creamy and positively magical when fried? That’s right, Halloumi. With the crispy crust and gooey insides, the Cyprian cheese is incredibly versatile. You might have added Halloumi as a side order to your meal when visiting a popular chicken restaurant but you’ve never tried it like this, today, Halloumi is the star of the show. As halloumi is a popular meat alternative these recipes are all veggie, you’re welcome!
Creamy, summery, light and super simple to make. This Coconut Curry with Fried Halloumi is the perfect dinner dish, with ingredients you most likely already have to hand this recipe takes less than 45 minutes start to finish! View here.
These extra crispy halloumi fries are incredibly quick and easy to make, yet even more delicious to eat. Forget boring old pan fried halloumi fries and say hello to these double Panko coated deep fried halloumi fries! View the recipe here.
These babies are absolutely delicious, easy to make and fast. Simply fry the Halloumi, throw on some guac and smash into a lightly charred tortilla. View the recipe here.
This salad is filling, hearty enough for an evening meal and a real crowd pleaser. Grilled peaches, chewy halloumi all drenched in a lovely pesto dressing, this one is a real crowd pleaser. View the recipe here.
There’s something fun about eating food off skewers, this halloumi satay recipe is no different. If like us you long for vegetables at every meal why not thread on some red onion or peppers. View the recipe here.
Melty, full of flavour and utterly delicious, these Halloumi Pies are a real must-try. A great finger food for your next soirée, view the recipe here.
These quick and easy Zucchini and Halloumi Fritters are a great way to sneak some extra veggies into your diet. These cheesy golden fritters are a healthy and super tasty snack, lunch or dinner that the whole family will love. View the recipe here.
You know those evenings when all you want is a big, juicy burger? This is one of those burgers, with homemade sticky sriracha sauce and crispy salad, this is one tasty dinner. View the recipe here.
Salty, lacy-edged Halloumi covered in warm honey and sprinkled with nutty dukkah—what’s not to love? This recipe is a great as a side dish, or a nice little appetiser, either way, it’s sure to be a hit. View recipe here.
Possibly the best use of halloumi, in a creamy, slightly sweet curry. The contrast is heavenly. This recipe is surprisingly simple and can be adapted by adding in your favourite veggies! View the recipe here. https://www.ica.se/recept/palak-paneer-med-tomat-och-halloumi-722056/