Very late to the party here! I have found Halloumi woo hoo (the new stew) I made beer battered Halloumi fish and chips and mushy peas….. that was me ‘hooked’ pardon the pun!
So what else can I do with this lovely stuff?
A fabulous versatile little love, that stays in the fridge like a soldier waiting to come on duty…..
So tonight my friends is juddyjo’ s sweet and sour Halloumi!!!
Let’s do this…..
Fry an onion…..
Add 3 ripe fresh tomatoes….
Add 2 green chillies…
Add soy sauce……
Add…. 3 pineapple rings of pineapple lol chopped up and the juice from the tin.
Add lots of generous sprinkles of sweet chilli sauce
Oil another pan and colour the halloumi that you have chopped into cubes on all sides.
Add to the sauce.
Serve with nice things….. I have chosen Tortilla wraps, cold shredded ice burg lettuce and spring onion thrown in for good measure!
And with the addition of a hot fiery Sriracha sauce to kill me off 🔥
I have made a very simple little snack! I had high hopes for this and it hasn’t disappointed me.
At this time of year vegetable growers are proudly plucking the last of their crops, giving away gluts of this and that.
Well if you have searched and found this look no further!
This is a very cheap recipe if things are a bit tight, or you are a scrooge.
You will need…..
A tin of butter beans
2 small or one large courgette or a fancy pants one if you so do wish, grate it finely and squeeze excess water off.
Herbs and spices of your choice
(I used ….
Crushed coriander seeds
Chick pea flour
And added chilli powder and a chillies finely chopped to half of the mix as my children are not chillie heads yet!
I mushed up the butter beans with a fork and mixed in the rest of the ingredients.
Made into little patties and coated in chick pea flour.
If you have time put them in the fridge.
Shallow fry the fritters for about five minutes. Turning each side.