Halloumi and Fire Roasted Pepper Salad

Serves 6.

Halloumi and Fire Roasted Pepper Salad

Semi-firm, brined halloumi cheese is perfect for outdoor cuisine because it holds its shape when heated on a grill. The exterior becomes crispy while the interior turns velvety. It’s just one reason why this flame-licked salad is destined to become a campfire tale for years to come. If taking up residence at a cottage with an oven, the peppers, halloumi, and pitas can be prepared under the broiler. You can also press the easy button and bring along a jar of roasted red peppers.

Hot stuff: Fire patrol

Nothing tastes quite like a savoury meal cooked lovingly over a campfire. When cooking in a fire pit, you want a controlled fire that is a few inches away from the grate of your grill. Ideally, don’t work with a roaring new fire—it’s best to let the coals set, which builds up heat. This way, the fire won’t shift on you and complicate the cooking process.

Each serving contains: 310 calories; 14 g protein; 21 g total fat (9 g sat. fat, 0 g trans fat); 18 g total carbohydrates (4 g sugars, 5 g fibre); 601 mg sodium

Source: Outdoor Eats

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