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|FOOD|beer battered halloumi and chips

To celebrate our recent wedding anniversary we decided that we wanted a menu which where we could both eat the same thing (I'm vegetarian), I suggested the idea of battered halloumi, we wanted a menu which was delicious, quick and easy and that we could cook together, this recipe fitted the bill exactly!

Serves 2 - we only had 2 each as we had eaten at lunch with T too!

Ingredients
1 pack Halloumi cheese
1/2 cup self raising flour
1/2 tsp salt
1/4 cup beer
1/4 cup milk (we used full fat)
1 bottle vegetable oil

Method

1. cut the halloumi into 3 slices, then cut diagonally to form 6 pieces.
2. Mix all batter ingredients in a bowl and beat until the batter starts to foam.
3. In a large pan, heat the oil, when the oil starts to 'swirl' use a teaspoon to drop a tiny amount of batter in, if it bubbles and starts to cook immediately you are ready to fry!


4. Dip your halloumi in the batter and plunge straight into the oil, cook for about 5 minutes, you'll see when it's ready as you can see the batter change colour and it will rise to the top, drain on kitchen paper. 


There will be some batter leftover.

Serve with homemade chips, a bit of salad and a glass of prosecco!  Oh and your husband ;)


Look out for our quick and easy chocolate fondant recipe coming soon!

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13 comments :

  1. Oh my goodness, Hallolumi is one of my favourite cheeses every! This looks delish! I have saved this into my favourites! #brilliantblogposts

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  2. I've pinned this! Sounds and looks delicious and so different. Trying to get my husband to eat less meat and try new veggie recipes, this looks perfect for him ;)

    #foodpornthursdays

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  3. This looks so delicious!!! I would have never thought to batter halloumi but what a great idea!

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  4. I have halloumi in the fridge leftover from a 2-for-1 offer and now I know what to do with it! #twinklytuesday

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  5. Yum!! I love helium and often eat it out but I can never get it right when I cook it myself. I'll have to try this one. Thanks for sharing. K x #foodpornthursdays

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  6. Brilliant! It looks beautiful and what a creative idea, I never would have thought of it. Thanks so much for linking up with #foodpornthursdays :)

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  7. Deep frying cheese...coming over stat!
    #TastyTuesday

    .:Marta:.

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  8. Wow. Just wow. Deep fried cheese...you are a genius! #foodpornthursday

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  9. Cheese and grease. Now you're speaking my language. I go to the Texas State Fair just for the deep fried everything... because I refuse to do any deep frying at home! Thanks for linking with #TwinklyTuesday! And Happy Anniversary!

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  10. Oooh this looks fab! I love cheese :) Thank you for linking up to #myfavouritepost Kaz x

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  11. This would have to be one of my favourite meals! Thanks so much for linking up with #MyFavouritepost. Sorry my comment is so late!

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  12. Oh wow! This looks fantastic. I will be trying this sometime soon, love your presentation too! Thanks so much for linking up to #HowtoSunday. :) x

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  13. I looooovvvveeee Halloumi.....shame i'm trying to avoid diary at the moment though!

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