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I adore hellim cheese and this was a wonderful light lunch for me today! I used a chopped chipotle chilli to sub for the fresh one, but was able to pick some oregano from my winter herb garden. I pan fried my hellim slices and ate them with mache (lamb's lettuce) salad. Made for please make my recipe in the Aus/NZ forum, merci encore Rose! FT:-)

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French Tart January 18, 2010

No place around here had or heard of that cheese. I tried Wallmart,Krogers,Shop and Save. That the only stores around here.Is there any substitute for that cheese? Maybe someone will send me a piece of this to try. From what I have read I will give it a 5 star.

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kandbstewart June 21, 2009

Chef Flower thank you so much for sharing this wonderful treat. I personally couldn't think of anything more wonderful than this for breakfast. Oh Yum. I love Haloumi/Hellim, like Leggy Peggy it is one of my favorite cheeses. I can't seem to get enough of this tasty salty cheese. I love the recipe, the chili and lemon send it over the top. I used both french shallots and green onion in this dish. So good. I will be enjoying this often....Kudos Baby Kato

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Baby Kato June 20, 2009

Haloumi/hellim is one of my all-time favourite flavours, and this recipe certainly does it justice. I made this as written (using the larger measurements) and loved every bite. I was especially impressed by how mild the chili was in the dressing. Also, Chef floWer is quite right in saying that the cheese does not need to be floured. She's also right that this makes a mighty fine breakfast food. Yummo!

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Leggy Peggy January 11, 2009
Oregano & Chilli Haloumi / Hellim