Zucchini and haloumi fritters

These are incredibly delicious and very easy to make. The haloumi makes them quite salty so I just serve them with a squeeze of lemon, no extra sauces or dips needed!

  1. Coarsely grate 3 zucchini and squeeze out all the moisture you can manage. Ideally, leave it to drain in a colander for a few hours.
  2. Mix together with 300g coarsely grated haloumi, 3 eggs, 3 tbsp wholemeal flour (can be omitted if need be), 3 thinly sliced spring onions and some freshly ground pepper (but no salt)!
  3. Fry in small spoonfuls in olive oil for a few minutes each side, until golden and firm.
  4. Serve warm or at room temperature with a squeeze of lemon.


3 thoughts on “Zucchini and haloumi fritters

    • Hi Helen,
      I just adore corn fritters – zucchini is far lower down on the GI scale though so I try to eat these more often, being conscious of my blood sugars as I am. The combination of zucchini and haloumi is pretty special too!

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