spag_eddie: A market in London uses pomegranate seeds and coriandre to top the fries instead of harissa. Nice sweet touch
unsunburnt: Halloumi is the best and I think I have to go to the shops now despite the snow.
Its_me_ur_dad: 10/10 would put in my mouth multiple times
scarexrow: Wtf is halloumi??!!
Wtf is za’atar??!!
Oh he asked me take care while frying 😍
Wtf is harissa??!!
* On a plate, stir the za’atar into the flour, then roll the halloumi in the mixture so that it’s evenly coated. Heat the oil in a shallow, heavy-bottomed pan or casserole dish until 180C on a cooking thermometer, or a piece of bread browns in 20 secs. Working in batches, carefully lower the halloumi into the oil and cook for 2 mins until crisp and golden, then drain on kitchen paper.
* Mix the yogurt with the lemon zest and some seasoning, then swirl through the harissa so that you have pockets of hot and cool in the dip.
* Sprinkle over the mint and za’atar, and serve with the lemon wedges and the spicy yogurt for dipping.
TurtleInATracksuit: 86% of things posted in this sub WILL reault in premature death and this is definitely one of them which is why this week I will exclusively be eating halloumi fries.
pdperson: The bite pictures at the end of these gifs sometimes gross me out but I’d be curious to see this one for the texture of the halloumi.
snarkman3: I know some of these words.
It looks delicious though!
Time_for_Stories: Aren’t these cheese sticks or am I missing something
Majil229: Had me until Greek yogurt. That vile stuff must come from the 6th layer of hell.