This Halloumi is delicious, it doesn’t really need the mint, the flavour it adds is so subtle and not necessary
Halloumi/ Hellim like my grandma used to make
This is one of the best halloumi/ Hellim as we Turkish Cypriots call it I’ve eaten outside of Cyprus. Trust me I’ve eaten much more than my fair share over the years . My grandparents used to make halloumi/ Hellim. On there farm in Cyprus in pathos . And the taste and texture of this product is almost nearly as good. I would recommend This product as it is made correctly , with yews and goats milk only . And the milk has been cooked correctly, for that lovely squeaking in your mouth. Try eating it the Cypriot way . Fried 1” slices in olive oil with fried eggs and a pinch of salt and squeeze of lemon juice !
The ONLY halloumi to buy!
I was sceptical about this product before I tried it for the first time because of the presence of mint. However, I decided to try it because it is made from a combination of sheep's and goat's milk. In fact the mint complemented the halloumi rather well. I enjoyed it very much indeed and will definitely buy the product again. 'Regular' Tesco halloumi made from cow's milk is less authentic and much less healthy though cheaper, of course!