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Lemon and Mint Halloumi

Submitted by on November 9, 2011 – 1:52 pmOne Comment

This recipe makes delicious zingy and salty canapés that are bursting with flavour. You could also use them as part of a tapas selection or to add flavour to a mediterranean salad.


A 250g packet of Halloumi
The zest of a lemon
The juice of half a lemon
Three tablespoons of olive oil
A small handful of roughly chopped mint

Makes about 12 canapés



1 Cut the halloumi into flat bite-sized chunks, about 1cm thick.
Spread the halloumi pieces out in a flat-bottomed bowl then add the lemon zest, juice and olive oil. Leave the halloumi to marinate for a couple of hours, or overnight.

2 Heat up an oiled griddle pan (a frying pan will do if you don’t have a griddle), remove your halloumi pieces from the marinade with a slotted spoon or tongs and fry for a few minutes on each side until they are browned.

3 Serve the halloumi with a little of the leftover marinade drizzled over it and scattered with the mint leaves.

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