This is how you can make sheep’s cheese from the grill
Whether you want to grill vegetarian or just want a bit of variety on the grill – grilling feta is always possible! We’ll show you the most delicious recipes.
Ingredients for grilled feta:
- 200 g feta
- Spices of your choice (e.g. thyme, rosemary, oregano)
- black pepper
- 2 tomato slices
- onion rings
- olive oil
- Aluminum foil or grill paper
Grilling feta: this is how it works
- Take the feta out of the pack and let it drain. Then place it in the middle of the aluminum foil so that you can later close into a packet can. (For a more environmentally friendly variant, we have selected a few alternatives to aluminum foil for you.)
- Season the sheep’s cheese to taste and with the Tomato slices, onion rings and olives occupy. Finally, drizzle some olive oil over it and close the packet well.
- In direct heat you can now grill the feta. When the lid is closed, the Cooking time about 10 minutes, without the lid, it extends to 20 minutes.
Grill the feta on a skewer
Of course, you also have the option of spicing up your grill skewers with sheep’s cheese. Vegetable skewers in particular are ideal, as our recipes for zucchini-cheese skewers and melon-cheese skewers prove. But meat also tastes great in combination with grilled feta: You can, for example Chicken or lamb Stick them alternately with the sheep’s cheese cubes on skewers and grill for about 5 minutes.
Grilling feta: product knowledge
Only sheep or goat cheese may be called feta Made in Greece and aged in brine. If the cheese is made from cow’s milk, it is offered under the name Hirtenkäse, Balkan cheese or white cheese, for example.
Feta is not low in calories at 284 kilocalories per 100 grams, but the sheep cheese does contain it a lot of protein, few carbohydrates and important vitamins and minerals. With us you will find many other feta recipes, the cheese, for example, is also great in a delicious salad. We also give you tips on what to consider when grilling zucchini, grilling eggplant and grilling sweet potatoes.
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