Toasted Halloumi Salad with a Citrus Dressing

I love Nigella! This is a recipe she made on BBC's Saturday Kitchen. I just changed the sauce a bit.

Recipe By: Tobuchan (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/25)
Serves 4 Cook: 10 min

Ingredients

Halloumi cheese 1 (250g)
Red chillies 2-3
Lime 1
Honey 3 tbsp
Leaf spinach 50-80g

Method

1
This is Nigella Lawson, the wonderful cook! See her original recipe here.
2
Here are the ingredients.
3
Deseed and cut the red chillis into 2mm slices. If you like it hot, you don't have to deseed.
4
Put the honey in a small pan and squeeze in the lime juice. Add the chillis and heat on high.
5
Once it boils, turn the heat off and allow to cool.
6
Slice the haloumi cheese 5mm wide and dry fry (no oil) in a frying pan for 1 minute each side to brown nicely.
7
Put the leaf spinach onto a serving dish then top with the cheese. Pour over the dressing.
8
The cheese firms as it cools so it's best to eat while it's warm.

Tips & Note

The sweet and hot and nicely sour dressing is delicious. Add more or less of the dressing amounts as you like.

Toasted Halloumi Salad with a Citrus Dressing

I love Nigella! This is a recipe she made on BBC's Saturday Kitchen. I just changed the sauce a bit.

Recipe By: Tobuchan (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/25)

Serves 4

Cook: 10 min

Ingredients

Halloumi cheese 1 (250g)
Red chillies 2-3
Lime 1
Honey 3 tbsp
Leaf spinach 50-80g

Toasted Halloumi Salad with a Citrus Dressing

Recipe ID :1451 Posted on 15 DEC 2015

Serves 4

Cook 10min
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I love Nigella! This is a recipe she made on BBC's Saturday Kitchen. I just changed the sauce a bit.

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Ingredients

Method

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10min
1
This is Nigella Lawson, the wonderful cook! See her original recipe here.
2
Here are the ingredients.
3
Deseed and cut the red chillis into 2mm slices. If you like it hot, you don't have to deseed.
4
Put the honey in a small pan and squeeze in the lime juice. Add the chillis and heat on high.
5
Once it boils, turn the heat off and allow to cool.
6
Slice the haloumi cheese 5mm wide and dry fry (no oil) in a frying pan for 1 minute each side to brown nicely.
7
Put the leaf spinach onto a serving dish then top with the cheese. Pour over the dressing.
8
The cheese firms as it cools so it's best to eat while it's warm.

Tips & Note

The sweet and hot and nicely sour dressing is delicious. Add more or less of the dressing amounts as you like.

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