…with Brown Butter and Burst Tomatoes.
This Halloumi Pasta is so easy that I felt a little silly even writing out the recipe. But I had to. I had to share it for two reasons…
First, so that you would know about it because you MUST make this. Like right now. You will 100% not regret it. I want to eat it every day and I’m pretty sure you will too.
Second, so I remember what I did because I am notorious for making something, obsessing over it and then forgetting about it, so if I don’t write it down I’ll forget it completely and be so sad that I can’t have it the same way again.
You will not believe how easy this dish it. It’s literally a 15 minute recipe. You can get pretty much all the elements ready while the pasta cooks and then you just throw it all together and tuck in.
I highly recommend making this on a night when you’re prepared to spend less time in the kitchen and more time on the couch, with a bowl and a fork and lots of trashy TV to watch. Just a thought.
Anything Special You Need to Know?
*I could go into detail in this recipe about how to brown butter, but I figure if you’re here you probably have access to our mutual friend Google and can probably figure that one out pretty easily. Here, I’ll even help direct you.
*You have two options for preparing the tomatoes in this recipe. My usual go-to is to throw them in the oven at 450 for 10 minutes. Super easy. You can also do them in a hot pan on the stove even faster than that, but it’s definitely much more splattery (?) and I get annoyed when I have to clean my stovetop unnecessarily.
- 1/2 cup butter
- 1 cup halloumi cheese grated
- 16 oz pasta
- 8 oz grape tomatoes
- 3 Tbsp parsley chopped
- Cook the pasta in well salted water.
- While the pasta cooks brown the butter and set aside.
- Place the tomatoes on a baking sheet. Toss with a drizzle of olive oil and S&P. Roast at 450 for 10 minutes.*
- Reserve about a cup of pasta water before draining.
- Toss the cooked pasta with the browned butter and enough pasta cooking water to make a sauce.
- Top the buttered pasta with the tomatoes, the grated halloumi and the parsley.
Let me know what you think!
If you like this Halloumi Pasta Recipe then please check out my Halloumi Stroganoff Recipe. It’s my other favourite Halloumi recipe and I think you’ll love it.