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Halloumi saganaki from From Venice to Istanbul: Discovering the Flavours of the Eastern Mediterranean (page 49) by Rick Stein

  • honey
  • dried oregano
  • fine semolina
  • halloumi cheese
  • black sesame seeds

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    Can substitute kefalotiri cheese for halloumi cheese.

  • RosieB on March 07, 2016

    This is a great simple dish to have as a starter. The honey makes it.

  • sharifah on October 16, 2015

    Wow, this was seriously nice! Crispy on the outside, sweet, salty and herby! I could eat this everyday.

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