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June 02, 2013


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I am so happy seeing you create halloumi and anari. Now I want to start finding ewes' milk to make some myself :)
Something you should definitely not miss trying is halloumi with watermelon or melon and anari mixed with some cinnamon, sugar and rosewater. Eat it as is on wrapped in pastry phyllo.

Simona Carini

Ciao Ivy. I hope you get some ewe's milk. The anari comes out better as well, due to the milk's characteristics. Thank you for the suggestion. The melon and watermelon season is starting so I'll definitely try the combination with Halloumi.

A Canadian Foodie

That easy? I need to try your Halloumi recipe. LOVE HALLOUMI - and I have a great tomato sauce that would be to die for on the cheese, but the recipe I used is not easy to make.


This looks so delicious!


I love halloumi but have never made it myself. But I know I would enjoy it smothered in tomato sauce.

Simona Carini

Hi Valerie. That easy. Halloumi is indeed a great cheese.

Thanks Ami.

Ciao Val. In terms of cheese making, it is fairly straightforward and you get to eat it before too long. I like Jim's recipe a lot.

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