Halloumi, red pepper and pineapple skewers are too easy not to make for a tasty appetizer on the fly!
Halloumi is a Cypriot semi-hard, unripened brined cheese made from a mixture of goats’ and sheep milk, and sometimes also cows’ milk.
It has a high melting point and so can easily be fried or grilled and has a salty, chewy, rich flavor that makes it a great compliment to sweet and tangy flavors.
Warm the Halloumi in the oven at 250 degrees fahrenheit for about 15 minutes then just chop and skewer the ingredients.
I kept mine small; about 1/2 inch square makes petite and tasty little bites.
These work great with cocktails as hardy appetizers.
Try a cilantro, olive oil dipping sauce for a little added flavor.
Colorful skewers make these festive for entertaining and I could even see putting this together like a salad or as a side for rice and beans; almost like a salsa.
Try this for early Easter snacks and the perfect way to usher in the bright and sunny flavors of Spring!