Today we're making Vegetarian Halloumi Fajitas, but you can also try our

If you are into fajita tacos as much as we are, you might have searched for a meatless version already. You can replace the meat with beans, and I do that often, but halloumi is even better!

INGREDIENTS: – Halloumi – Lime – Ground coriander – Ground cumin – Oregano – Cayenne pepper – Bell peppers, green, yellow, red – Onion – Olive oil – Fine sea salt or Kosher – Black pepper

HOW TO MAKE Prepare cheese: Halve the blocks of cheese. Pat them dry with kitchen paper. Slice the halves thickly. Squeeze the lime and pour the juice into a large bowl.

HOW TO MAKE Turn the halloumi strips into the lime juice. Mix the spices and sprinkle over the cheese. Turn the cheese slices into the spices to coat on both sides.

HOW TO MAKE Prepare vegetables: Cut the peppers and the onion into strips as well. Set aside. Swipe up for the recipe!

HOW TO MAKE Fry cheese: Heat one tablespoon oil in a large nonstick pan or cast-iron skillet. Fry the strips for 2 minutes, turning halfway through, they should be golden. Remove from the pan.

HOW TO MAKE Cook vegetables: Add the remaining oil to the pan and cook the peppers and onions for about 5 minutes or until starting to soften.

HOW TO MAKE Mix: Return halloumi to the pan, and gently reheat for about 2 minutes, stirring occasionally. Season lightly with salt and pepper, the cheese is already salted.

SERVE: Anything made with halloumi should be served immediately, while the cheese is still soft and warm, it will harden again once it cools.

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