Roasted Red Pepper and Halloumi Cheese Burger
Halloumi, as I’ve said before, is one of the best things ever! The flavour, the squeaky eating, everything, it’s amazing and should be eaten more! In this roasted red pepper and halloumi cheese burger recipe, the tangy salsa works amazingly well with the sweetness of the red pepper. It’s a proper explosion of flavour. It makes a great vegetarian option, but if you wanted to make it meaty, you could add a chicken breast too. I make my own salsa, which you can find the recipe for here.
- 4 Bread Rolls
- 250g Pack of halloumi cheese
- Homemade Salsa
- 2 Red peppers
Preheat the oven to 180 degrees, and add a little oil to a baking tray.
Slice the halloumi into 8, and cut the red peppers in half, removing the stork and seeds.
Place on a baking tray, skin side of the peppers up, and lightly drizzle with oil. I love roasted red peppers, we’ve had them with a few things. I’m a little amazed by how sweet they are and how much different they taste to fried peppers while still being wonderfully juicy. Anything roasted is good, but red peppers are incredible.
Bake in the own for 20 minutes, or until the pepper skin is starting to shrivel up.
Towards the end of this time, slice the rolls. I like to layer them, bottom roll, mayo, salad, halloumi, red pepper, salsa, top roll. But it’s up to you.
While I make my own salsa, store bought would work fine. Serve with chips or salad.
An awesome alternative to boring veggie burgers!
- • 4 Bread Rolls
- • 250g Pack of halloumi cheese
- • Homemade Salsa
- • 2 Red peppers
- • Mayonnaise
- • Salad
Preheat the oven to 180 degrees
Slice the halloumi into 8, and cut the peppers in half, removing storks and seeds
Place on a baking tray, and lightly drizzle with oil
Bake in the oven for 20 minutes
Stack burgers, Bottom roll, mayo, salad, halloumi, red pepper, salsa, top bread
Serve with chips or salad