The halloumi burger is here (Picture: Iceland)Can you ever have too much cheese?
Imagine a full burger, made entirely of the stuff.
Yes, forget meager slices of halloumi, Iceland has created a whole hefty halloumi burger patty.
The 90g burger apparently features 50% more of the salty Cypriot cheese when compared with alternatives from ASDA, Sainsbury’s and Tesco.
Asda ‘burgers’ are 62.5g each, Sainsbury’s ones weight 50g each and Tesco’s version weigh 50g.
The Iceland version is also coated in crispy breadcrumbs for some extra crunch.
You can either cook it in the oven or on the BBQ from frozen so it’s perfect to keep in the freezer for those rare sunny days.
The burgers cost £2.50 for two and they are in stores now.
Serve with a brioche bun and some salad, or if you want to supersize it, you can try the Iceland triple rolls.
Inspired by the Big Mac from McDonald’s, the limited edition buns have an extra bottom so you can stack two burgers.
The buns cost 69p for a pack of two.
We’re not sure if we really recommend 180g of halloumi in one sitting but if it’s want you want, live your dreams.
If you’re feeling adventurous, try one with a new Croll from Lidl.
The Croissant Roll combo costs 49p and launches tomorrow.
It combines the flakiness of a croissant with the convenience of a roll.
The budget supermarket recommends having it for breakfast or keeping it for putting around your burger – and who said the burger had to be meat.
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