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  • TM 31
published: 2016/05/24
changed: 2016/05/24



  • 250 g frozen peas, thawed
  • 250 g Haloumi
  • 2 eggs
  • 70 g plain or spelt flour
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 80 g Milk
  • coconut oil/olive oil, for frying


  • fresh salad
  • lemon wedge
  • dollop of greek yoghurt

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  1. 1. Add all ingredients (excpet oil for frying) to TM bowl and combine REVERSE, 15 sec/speed 4, or until well combined.

    2. Heat oil in a frypan and drop tablespoon-sized amounts of batter into pan. Fry for 1-2 minutes each side or until golden and brown.

    3. Serve with fresh salad, lemon wedges and a dollop of yoghurt. 

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Smashed Pea and Haloumi Fritters



  • 4. July 2021 - 21:23

    Great, Simple. To add to the flavour i added some confit garlic i did in Coconut oil (about 3 cloves) and then used a touch of the oil to cook them in as well as some Ghee. Awesome just gave it that little extra but without the raw garlic taste to it.

  • 12. August 2018 - 13:23

    Just made this. Wife and children have given the two thumbs up cook again seal of approval! I added two cloves of garlic (minced) and two spring onions (chopped) to the recipe which worked well. Will consider adding a fragrant herb such as Thai Basil next time. I also loosely cubed the halloumi before adding which I think considering the resulting texture was the right thing to do. This does make the process a bit longer though, might try a few seconds forward next time to chop up the halloumi, spring onions and garlic thus bringing the prep time back down... We'll see.

    Thanks for the recipe.

  • 4. July 2018 - 10:49

    A great, easy mid week meal. My husband made these this week and we enjoyed with salad and bread. I love recipes like these to use ingredients on hand. These were delicious with lemon and natural yoghurt.

  • 6. January 2018 - 01:31

    OMG my family loved these!!!! Even fussy Miss 4 gulped them down and asked for seconds!!!
    This is now a staple on my Meatless Monday menu rotation!

  • 8. June 2017 - 18:02

    delicious and so easy! would make these again. great to eat cold for lunch with a salad as well

  • 19. September 2016 - 08:33

    Wow, these are delicious, will definitely be making these fritters again, and lovely eaten cold too.

  • 11. September 2016 - 18:57

    Wow! Just made these fritters they are totally awesome

  • 2. July 2016 - 12:40

    Very nice, tasty, well textured and easy to make fritters.  Something that we weren't sure of with the recipe was it just says to add 250g haloumi in with the other ingredients and then mix on reverse.  Given reverse won't chop, we weren't sure how the haloumi was meant to be processed e.g. chopped before it went into the bowl or grated or chopped in the bowl before the other ingredients are added.  We ended up processing the haloumi for 2 seconds on speed 8 which meant it was quite fine which may or may not have been what was intended.  We just wondered what was the best way of adding the haloumi.  Thanks for the recipe

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  • 1. June 2016 - 18:17

    WOW! Super easy & very, very yummy!!! Thank you for the great recipe!

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