halloumi

(redirected from Halumi)

hal·lou·mi

 (hä-lo͞o′mē)
n.
A chewy, white, brined Cypriot cheese, traditionally made from sheep's and goat's milk, that is often served grilled or fried.

[Modern Greek khalloúmi, from Cypriot Maronite Arabic xallúm, from Arabic ḥalūm, mild white cheese, from ḥaluma, to be gentle, mild.]

halloumi

(həˈluːmɪ) or

haloumi

n
(Cookery) a salty white sheep's-milk cheese from Greece or Turkey, usually eaten grilled
[probably from Arabic haluma be mild]
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Aglayup halumi bir yazicilik ister idum Ger bu kustahliga olmasa kapunda yasak (CAVUSOGLU 1977:127)
Accompaniments are also important and great for adding colour - courgettes cut length ways (or peppers) stuffed with rice and feta cheese or flat mushrooms filled with Greek halumi cheese (wrapped in foil).
There were creamy mushroom calzones, marinated eggplants under layers of halumi, full wheat pastas suffocating in fatty sauces.