Peach and haloumi salad

Prep 10 mins

Cook 5 mins

Serves 2-4

Difficulty 1.5

Summer is the time to use all those beautiful stone fruit that are available, and we just love peaches in a salad. This one as a side salad or as the main event, straight from the barbecue or the pan – crisp-edged warm haloumi with lots of beautiful ripe peaches, some aromatics and a honey dressing.

2 tsp olive oil

1-2 haloumi, halved

1-2 white peaches, thickly sliced

Handful of mint


PISTACHIO DUKKAH

25 gm roasted pistachios, finely chopped

2 tsp roasted sesame seeds

¾ tsp dried Greek oregano

½ tsp coriander seeds

¼ tsp cumin seeds


HONEY DRESSING

2 tsp honey

Juice of ½ lemon

2 tbsp extra-virgin olive oil

1. For dukkah, combine ingredients in a bowl and set aside.


2. For dressing, whisk ingredients to combine. Season to taste.


3. Heat a cast-iron pan over high heat (see note). Add oil, then haloumi and turn once until warm and golden (2 minutes each side). Transfer to a platter or plates with peaches and herbs, drizzle dressing over, scatter with dukkah to serve.

INGREDIENTS

METHOD

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You can also cook the haloumi on a barbecue, and lightly grill the peaches also.

Recipe and image by Eatable.

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