Chefs and cooks across Australia love our award-winning Olympus Chef’s Halloumi. This product is sized to achieve perfectly even portions for the food service industry. Our halloumi is a creamy and delectable product, firm enough to hold its shape well when grilled whilst remaining luscious and ‘squeaky’ soft on the inside. The chef’s block is our un-minted variety of halloumi.
To make our halloumi, we take pasteurised fresh cow’s milk, and create curds and whey using non-animal rennet and starter culture. The curd is drained and the whey put aside for making Olympus Ricotta. We then press the curd into a cheese mold and cut it into a chef’s block size. Next, it is cooled and placed in a light before being packaged in vacuum-packed chef’s portions.
Olympus Chef’s Halloumi is a ready-to-serve, lower salt product with a luscious texture your customers will enjoy. Create all manner of dishes for your menu using this delicious cheese as the protein base. To serve simply, slice it into 5 mm slices and pan fry in a non-stick pan or grill until it’s golden-brown. Serve immediately with salad (watermelon is particularly lovely) or vegetables, in burgers, wraps and more.
A very versatile cheese, mainly because it does not melt, so it is ideal for breakfasts and grills. Why not serve as a delicious breakfast option with grilled vegetables or avocado and poached eggs?
Contains pasteurised cows milk, starter culture, non-animal rennet and salt
Storing our Chef’s Halloumi
Olympus Chef’s Halloumi contains no preservatives.
Vacuum-packed Olympus Chef’s Halloumi portions have a shelf life of approximately nine months, should be consumed
within three days of opening and must be stored below 3degC.
Log approx 1kg – Unminted
Find out how to bring in Olympus Halloumi to your cafe or restaurant
Or try out our halloumi recipes and food ideas
While piping hot grilled Halloumi with lemon will always have our heart, we have become quietly obsessed with these super simple and delicious Halloumi & Corn bites. Great for the whole family with minimal prep and bake time. You could even try these in the air...
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Can you eat halloumi raw? Is it any good? Yes, halloumi is okay to eat uncooked. Here’s 3 ways to serve raw halloumi to bring out its best flavours.
A tasty upgrade to the classic zucchini fritters by adding Halloumi and a delicious Avocado Salsa.
This Olympus Grilled Halloumi and Vegetable salad takes the season’s tastiest vegetables and pairs them with salty halloumi for a taste sensation!
Our halloumi and avocado wrap pairs with chicken breast, and the gorgeous fresh flavours of tomato and coriander. You can also add our easy and tasty spicy yoghurt sauce if you like!
Try this halloumi, bacon and honey brussels sprouts recipe to accompany meat or simply on its own. Your tastebuds will truly thank you!
Make your own Olympus Halloumi breakfast bowl at home! We give the tips and tricks to help you construct your next masterpiece and combos to try.
A beautiful halloumi and watermelon salad. Luscious salty halloumi and sweet juicy watermelon, mint, rocket and a sweet balsamic glaze.
This chorizo and halloumi starter recipe is quick and simple combined with a list of delicious dipping options. A great go-to for easy entertaining.
Halloumi is most often grilled or fried, but can you bake halloumi without it melting? You certainly can! We give you some delicious baked halloumi ideas.
Serve tender and flavoursome marinated lamb and halloumi skewers for a fun and tasty multicultural treat at your Australia Day BBQ, or any time.