I’m normally a full blown carnivore, but just sometimes I fancy something meat free and these Syn Free Halloumi Cous Cous Burgers with Salsa are substantial enough to fill a meat shaped hole!
These Syn Free Halloumi Cous Cous Burgers with Salsa are Syn Free if using half your HEA of reduced fat halloumi, if not they are 3 syns per burger.
Serve in a bun using your HEB, flat bread (Syn accordingly) or on its own with the salsa spooned over the burgers and a dollop of fat free Greek yoghurt.
The key to cooking these is patience. Keep them on a low heat and don’t touch them. Once they’ve formed a good crust underneath, they are stable enough to turn over and won’t break apart.
The salsa really gives them a zing and it’s quick and easy to make. You can pair it with loads of different meals and meats and it’s an excellent addition to any barbecue table!
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Whenever we need to replace oil in cooking we use Frylight. Perfect for everyday frying and cooking, it delivers exactly one calorie per spray, which makes it Syn free! The Sunflower or Olive Oil flavours are ideal for this Syn Free Halloumi Cous Cous Burgers with Salsa recipe.
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Syn Free Halloumi Cous Cous Burgers with Salsa
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Add the cous cous into a large bowl. Very finely grated the carrot and add to the cous cous. Pour over the boiling stock, stir, cover and leave to sit for 15 minutes.
Meanwhile, cut the halloumi into slices, spray a frying pan with Frylight and cook the cheese on each side until golden. Dice and set aside.
Now make the salsa. Finely dice the onion and tomato and add to a bowl. Add the chilli, corriander, salt and vinegar and leave to one side for the flavours to develop.
Uncover the cous cous. Fluff up and add the halloumi, mint and eggs. Mix well and form into 4 burgers.
Spray the frying pan with Frylight again and, on a low heat, fry on each side (around 7 minutes per side) until golden.
Serve in a bun or flat bread (Syn accordingly) with the salsa spooned over the burgers and a dollop of fat free Greek yoghurt.
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