Halloumi with Orange and Honey

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Appears in
Brunch with Brother Marcus

By Tasos Gaitanos and Alex Large

Published 2023

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The sweet tanginess of the orange is a wonderful complement to the creamy saltiness of halloumi here. A blood orange would also work well when in season. Either way, this makes the perfect side to any brunch.


  • 110 g halloumi (half a packet, cut in half lengthways)
  • 2 tbsp sunflower oil
  • 1


Cut the block of halloumi in half lengthways so you have two thin layers. Put your frying pan on a medium heat and add the oil, then fry the halloumi slice on both sides until it is golden brown and soft in the middle, roughly 4 minutes on each side.

With a sharp knife, cut the peel, pith and outer skin from the orange, then slice it into rounds and cut into pieces. Arrange a few pieces