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Halloumi Fajitas

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Fajitas…Good! Halloumi…Good! What’s not to like? Here we give you our delicious Halloumi Fajitas, a meat-free version of the classic dish. Originally from Cyprus, Halloumi is loved for its meaty, deeply savoury and versatile attributes. It tastes the best when it’s baked or grilled in the oven, as done here. However, it can also be barbecued or fried, without losing its shape.

For this simple recipe we have tossed the Halloumi first with onions, peppers, olive oil and a sprinkling of our Chipotle Fajita & Taco Mix. It’s then baked it in the oven, and stuffed into Soft Wheat Street Tortilla Wraps and topped with Serrano Green Chillies. With fresh lime and coriander added at the end, that’s all you need!

We recommend whipping up a batch of guacamole as a topping for the fajitas and for dipping some of our Lightly Salted Tortilla Chips into. If you are looking for something beyond the typical sides of Mexican Rice and Refried Beans (which we also highly recommend!), our Courgette Salad is bursting with fresh flavour.

  • Prep time

    5

  • Cook time

    25

  • Total time

    35

  • Ideal for

    Mexican

  • Make it

    Mexican

  • Serves

    2

How to make it

  1. Pre-heat the oven to 200C
  2. On a large baking tray, spread the halloumi, peppers & onion evenly
  3. Drizzle with olive oil then sprinkle over the Gran Luchito Chipotle Fajita & Taco Mix. Mix well so everything is covered.
  4. Place in the oven and leave for around 25 minutes, or until the halloumi is nicely golden and starting to crisp. Remove from the oven & turn it off.
  5. Warm the Gran Luchito Soft Wheat Street Taco Tortilla Wraps in the oven.
  6. Slice a lime into wedges and roughly chop some coriander.
  7. Serve separately and build your perfect fajitas, topping with Gran Luchito Serrano Chillies, coriander & a squeeze of lime juice.

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Wiebke Howey
Wiebke Howey
7 months ago
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I love Halloumi and try to eat less meat so this recipe was a brilliant option. I couldn’t get all the ingredients but with a bit of improvising it went well and tasted amazing! Thank you!

Editor
7 months ago
Reply to  Wiebke Howey

Thank you for your feedback, and we are so glad you like this recipe! Keep us posted on any others you try out 🙂

Kadie Crichton
Kadie Crichton
1 month ago
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This recipe was dreamy as!! I also added homemade pickled cucumber and it was next level. Will be a regular in our house now!

Editor
1 month ago
Reply to  Kadie Crichton

Thanks Kadie! Love the pickled cucumber idea – spot on!

James
James
1 month ago
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As a vegetarian, I absolutely loved this recipe. As someone who doesn’t like heat though, I swapped the hot Serrano chillis for the red jalepenos with pineapples 😋

Editor
1 month ago
Reply to  James

Thanks James! Yes, swapping the Serranos for the Jalapenos & Pineapple would be a lot less hot, but still delicious, and maybe even more so!

Faye
Faye
1 month ago
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Always looking for new ways to swap meat out of my diet. As soon as I saw this recipe I knew I had to try it and they did not disappoint. Served mine with Mexican fries 😋

Editor
1 month ago
Reply to  Faye

Ooo great idea to serve it with Mexican fries!

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