Haloumi is also called “Saganaki” cheese, which is a Greek word for “little frying pan” – the method in which it is commonly cooked. Made to traditional Greek methods and stored in brine. It is a soft semi-fresh cheese that has a slight yellow colour. It has a high melting temperature, which makes it perfect for grilling on the barbecue or frying in a skillet. Haloumi is best served hot.
Haloumi is best grilled and served with a squeeze of lemon or lime. Other serving suggestions include a sprinkle of paprika, or coating haloumi in sesame seeds. Haloumi is a great addition to salads or roast vegetables. It is also the perfect companion to meats on the barbecue.
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|Average Qty||Per Serve||Per 100g|
|Fat - Total||10.6g||26.4g|
Haloumi in Brine Recipes