Ramadan 2018 Iftar Recipes: Almond Halloumi

This fried halloumi dish is a delicious iftar crowd-pleaser
ByFarah AndrewsWednesday , 23 May 2018
Ramadan 2018 Iftar Recipes: Almond Halloumi

Everyone loves halloumi cheese, so try Awani Levantine Cuisine's nutty twist on the halloumi stick for your next iftar feast this Ramadan... 

Almond Halloumi

Makes 2 servings
Preparation time: 30 minutes
Cooking time: 30 minutes

10 slices of halloumi cheese 
1 cup of plain white flour
3 eggs
1 tsp white pepper
250g of peeled and sliced almonds
Sunflower oil for frying

Cut the halloumi cheese into slices.
2. Mix the eggs and the white pepper in a bowl.
3. Put the flour in a deep plate and cover the halloumi slices with it.
4. Dip the halloumi slices in the eggs and white pepper bowl then cover with the sliced almonds.
5. Heat the frying oil using a fryer.
6. Fry the halloumi slices until they becomes crispy and gold in color.
7. Serve with salad. 

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