Halloumi Fries with Beetroot Yoghurt

We posted these Halloumi fries a while back and they went down an absolute treat, so much so that we thought we’d share the recipe. They’re surprisingly easy to make and unbelievably moreish. 



2x 250 blocks halloumi, cut into fries

75g plain flour

2 tsp paprika

3 tbsp olive oil

3 tbsp natural yoghurt

3 tbsp Dr Will’s Beetroot Ketchup

Handful mint leaves



On a plate, stir the paprika into the flour, then roll the halloumi sticks in the mixture so they’re evenly coated.


Heat the oil in a large frying pan over a medium heat. In small batches, fry the halloumi for a couple of minutes on each side, until they turn crisp and golden.


In the meantime, mix the yoghurt and Beetroot Ketchup together and place in a small bowl.


Drain the fries on kitchen paper, and serve with the mint leaves scattered on top and the Beetroot Yoghurt for dipping.

Crispy, salty, shallow-fried Halloumi is delicious when served with a creamy beetroot yoghurt dip. 

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