Friday, 22 March 2013

Quick tabbouleh salad with grilled halloumi



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10 comments:

  1. Your blog post about halloumi-pineapple pancakes finally inspired me to try halloumi for the first time the other day. I was like, halloumi and pineapple? Sounds yummy! Pancakes sounded too complicated though, so I decided on kabobs. And then my kabobs fell apart. So I basically just ate a gigantic pile of grilled pineapple and halloumi -- and god was it good! Not pretty, but very, very good. So thanks for introducing me to my new favorite cheese! :D

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    1. Ooh sounds great! Who cares if it wasn't pretty :) I'm so glad you tried halloumi, it's amazing isn't it!

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  2. Just had amazing tabbouleh while out for dinner and was googling recipes which brought me to your lovely site! I'm in LOVE with halloumi (seriously... deeply in love) so I can't wait to make tabbouleh and pair with with some delicious golden fried halloumi (or "squeaky cheese" as our waiter once called it my friends daughter!)

    can't wait to check out more of your blog!

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    1. You must, the halloumi and tabbouleh go so well together! :) And thanks, I hope you'll come by again!

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  3. I am soo sick of winter I can't even take it! Looks like a beautiful salad. Can't wait to try :)

    Happy Blogging!
    Happy Valley Chow

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  4. mmmm this looks incredible! another one of yours to add to my must make list!

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  5. This looks really good. great pic too.

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  6. Hello from across the pond. What is Halloumi??

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    1. Hi Terese. Halloumi is a Cypriot cheese that you can slice and grill without it melting :) It's widely available in the UK, I guess you might need to hunt a bit harder in the US but you should definitely try to find it, it's really delicious!

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  7. Oh yum. Tabbouleh is a favourite of mine when the weather turns warm (which it's trying to do in Southern Ontario) and we love Halloumi. Thanks for sharing. That would be an ideal warm weather meal.

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