Mango Salsa & Haloumi

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Mango Salsa & Haloumi | Nadia Felsch

This recipe is truly Australian Summer on a plate.

It pulls from all of my favourite influences and combines many of my favourite foods. And when I posted it to Instagram, you guys went wild (which was awesome by the way!)

You’ve got to love a fresh recipe that takes no time at all to prepare and celebrates all of this nutritious food. I can picture this dish sitting just as proudly on your midweek, have-no-time-really-hungry dinner table, as on your table with friends sitting between other yummy dishes and made to share.

Mango Salsa & Haloumi | Nadia FelschMango Salsa & Haloumi | Nadia Felsch


The Nutrition Low-Down

  • Packed with Vitamin A and Vitamin C to support glowing skin and a healthy immune system
  • A good source of Vitamin B6 to support neurotransmitter function for optimal mood and sleep
  • An energy-providing carbohydrate
  • Rich in fibre to help balance blood sugar and support digestive health
  • Contains a prebiotic fibre; pectin; to help “feed” good gut bacteria and “crowd out” bad bacteria
  • Rich in magnesium and potassium to support neurotransmitter synthesis, muscle contraction and blood pressure management
  • Source of beta carotene – a powerful antioxidant that supports our immune system and protects against free radicals
  • Creamy, delicious and loaded with dietary fibre for optimal digestive function – 4g/100g
  • Rich in folate to support lowered oxidative stress in the body
  • High in water and containing close to 20 vitamins and minerals needed for health
  • A great source of balanced polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats to keep us fuller for longer, feed our brain and provide the structure for every cell in the body
  • Considered to have a warming effect on the body and supports microcirculation
  • High in protein for preservation of lean muscle mass, support DNA development, enzyme and hormone production – 27g/100g
  • Good source of calcium for bone health
  • Source of dietary fat to keep us fuller for longer and assist blood sugar fluctutions
  • High in sodium so those with high blood pressure or looking to reduce their salt intake should confirm whether this food is suitable with their Qualified Nutritionist

Mango Salsa & Haloumi | Nadia Felsch

Mango Salsa & Haloumi
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yield: 2
  • 2 small mangoes
  • 2 small avocados
  • 3 teaspoons red onion
  • ⅓ cup shallots, mainly green part
  • ¼ cup fresh coriander leaves
  • ½ long red chilli, or as preferred
  • Juice, ½ lime
  • Salt and pepper, to taste
  • 150g haloumi
  • Butter, to cook
  1. Dice mango flesh into small cubes
  2. Dice avocado flesh into small cubes
  3. Finely dice onion
  4. Finely slice shallots
  5. Finely chop coriander leaves
  6. Deseed chilli and finely dice
  7. Combine all salsa ingredients in a bowl
  8. Squeeze over fresh lime and season to taste
  9. Mix well together and divide between plates
  10. Cut haloumi block lengthways
  11. Season well with pepper
  12. Heat a pan over medium-high heat
  13. Once hot, coat pan well with butter
  14. Cook haloumi for a few minutes each side, moving pan the whole time
  15. Once cooked, remove from heat and slice into small pieces
  16. Top salsa and serve

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