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Halloumi Cheese - Nung - 01-18-2018 01:58 PM

Since I got so many responses to my "Mexican Cheeses" Thread (LOL), I thought I would continue prattling on about different cheeses. This time it is the Greek cheese called Halloumi. Because of its dense texture and high melting point, it is generally fried in Greek and Middle Eastern cooking. The darn stuff is delicious.

https://www.thespruce.com/what-is-halloumi-cheese-3376845

I'd love to hear how you all use it. (And if you don't know about it i encourage you to trundle on down to the nearest groovy store and slam down your ducats for a package.)

I simply fry it up in some butter (use a high heat and get it to the point where it is browned slightly). Then, slap it between some good bread. FANTASTIC!


RE: Halloumi Cheese - Sunset - 01-19-2018 05:02 PM

What's not to like about fried cheese! Nobody in my rural area carries it, but I'll be headed into the big city and I'm sure I can score some. Thanks for the tip!


RE: Halloumi Cheese - Nung - 01-19-2018 05:05 PM

(01-19-2018 05:02 PM)Sunset Wrote:  What's not to like about fried cheese! Nobody in my rural area carries it, but I'll be headed into the big city and I'm sure I can score some. Thanks for the tip!

Right?!
(It is a bit salty so don't add any additional salt.)

Let me know if it is "a good thing" for you.
Smile


RE: Halloumi Cheese - 2Beers - 01-19-2018 07:17 PM

It is delicious, I've had it a Greek restaurant.
Mmmmmm.


RE: Halloumi Cheese - Nung - 01-22-2018 09:22 AM

(01-19-2018 07:17 PM)2Beers Wrote:  It is delicious, I've had it a Greek restaurant.
Mmmmmm.

Great!
They usually set it on fire at a Greek restaurant.(Any excuse to holler "OPAH!")


RE: Halloumi Cheese - Gungawoman - 01-26-2018 08:15 PM

Sounds interesting, but we'd probably have to go down to Phoenix to find it. I would bet my left leg that there isn't any in our little burg!


RE: Halloumi Cheese - Sunset - 01-26-2018 10:51 PM

Right, so my first halloumi grill sesh results are in.
-this stuff is delicious
-my grilling technique needs work.

I wanted to make these fancy pants grill patterns and wound up with a small portion of each slab sticking to the grill.Rolleyes

Sorry, no pix but served on evoo brushed and grilled baguette with my babaganoush and fresh homemade yalanchi.


RE: Halloumi Cheese - Nung - 01-29-2018 09:59 AM

So glad you tried it, Sunset!

And it is worth the effort, Gunga. (I forget where you call home...what burg do you call home?)


RE: Halloumi Cheese - Gungawoman - 02-24-2018 10:09 PM

(01-29-2018 09:59 AM)Nung Wrote:  So glad you tried it, Sunset!

And it is worth the effort, Gunga. (I forget where you call home...what burg do you call home?)

Up here in Linden/Show Low


RE: Halloumi Cheese - Nung - 02-26-2018 10:10 AM

(02-24-2018 10:09 PM)Gungawoman Wrote:  
(01-29-2018 09:59 AM)Nung Wrote:  So glad you tried it, Sunset!

And it is worth the effort, Gunga. (I forget where you call home...what burg do you call home?)

Up here in Linden/Show Low

Oh cool!
I love the area.