Dip the cut halloumi slices in flour, then dip it ino the eggwash and finally in the breadcrumbs. Ensure they are evenly coated - lay them on a tray lined with baking paper and place them in the fridge for half an hour.
Pour the olive oil into a small - medium sized pan. Fry the halloumi on a medium heat three at a time making sure not to overcrowd the pan.
Fry them for 3 mins each side until they are golden. Drain the halloumi on an oven rack and place in the oven to keep warm (this ensures the cheese stays soft).
Construct your burger by adding some aioli, the shredded cabbage, tomatoes, fried halloumi cheese and more aioli.
Go authentic! I can offer you the best tip for making these halloumi burgers - use traditional halloumi cheese.
Don't overcook. When frying, be wary of overcooking the cheese - you may find that it gets too soft.
Grill instead of fry. If you're not a fan of breading the cheese, try pan frying it or grilling it instead. Grilled halloumi still tastes fantastic.
Use different greens. Swap out the cabbage for Iceberg or Romaine lettuce - they make great substitutes.
Add avocado. It will enhance the creaminess of the burger.
Try a different sauce. Use sriracha instead of aioli for a nice spicy kick.
Add roasted peppers for added flavour and texture.