All hail Haloumi
Fry it, skewer it, roast it - this versatile cheese, which originated in Cyprus, goes great in quiches and casseroles, salads, omelets and meat dishes.
Haloumi is a salty, semi-hard cheese that is traditionally made from goat’s or sheep’s milk and has a rubbery texture. Nowadays it is also made from cow’s milk or a combination of milks. It originates in Cyprus, where it is part of countless dishes and salads, or served as dessert with sweet fruit. Because of its satiating quality, it is eaten as a main course, quite often in place of a meat entree. Haloumi’s...
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