Halloumi is a traditional Cypriot cheese made from a mixture of sheep’s and goat’s milk, to which cow’s milk is added. Nowadays due to the changes in the tastes, it can also be made of cow’s milk completely. It is a white cheese, looks like fresh cheese, similar to mozzarella, but it is quite salty and rich taste in taste.
Halloumi is a semi-hard, unripened cheese with a light texture. The cheese has no rind. It can be eaten raw, but due to its high melting point, it is ideal for baking and frying. When consumed raw, halloumi is rubbery in texture and salty in taste, but when baked in a pan or on the grill It becomes crispy and salty on the outside and slightly melted on the inside.
Halloumi cheese is relatively high in fat and is a hearty source of protein. It is rich in calcium and also contains zinc, magnesium, vitamin A and B vitamins.
Ingredients: cow’s milk, calcium chloride, rennet, and salt
Packaging: vacuum film