Grilled Halumi Cheese with Vegetable Tartare

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The fried cheese recipe is amazingly simple! Delicious fried cheese can be easily prepared at home, the main thing is to choose the right kind of cheese.

Halumi cheese is made from a mixture of goat’s milk and sheep’s milk, and sometimes it also contains cow’s milk. A distinctive feature of halumi is its high temperature resistance, which is why this cheese is used for frying or grilling, and when frying it gives a beautiful golden brown crust. No matter what you cook halumi on – in a frying pan or on the grill, a piece of cheese should form a crispy crust, and under it – a very tender, viscous cheese, similar in structure to an omelet.

Halumi can be fried both in olive oil and without it – in a non-stick pan. In this recipe I propose to serve fried halumi with tomato and greens tartare – it’s even tastier!

Halumi Cheese
1 large
3 branches
5-6 feathers
Vegetable oil
1 tablespoon
Salt and pepper

Instruction manual

1. Tomato cut into very small cubes, spread in a deep bowl.

2. Finely chop the greens (dill and onion) for the tomato. Add oil and a little salt and pepper, mix.

3. Cheese cut into plates of 5-7 mm and fry in a dry pan for a minute and a half on each side.

4. Put the cheese on a dish, add the tartar and serve necessarily hot


Delicious fried Halumi cheese with vegetable tartare – a great recipe for hot snacks or accompaniment to a glass of your favorite wine!

Grilled Halumi Cheese with Vegetable Tartare

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