Greek Halloumi Wraps

Greek Halloumi Wraps with tzatziki and salad are a super simple and refreshing meal. Perfect on their own, with salad, or chips for a heavier meal.

I love Halloumi Cheese. Like properly love it. I’d eat it every day if I could (why can’t I?!) either just as a side or as part of a main meal. 

Cooking with halloumi is super easy, and because it has such a high melting point (it doesn’t really, well at least not for a very long time…it will stick to the pan and burn if you leave it unattended for a long time though. I speak from experience here) it’s great to cook with either replacing or as well as meat. 

Meals like my Halloumi Pasta Bake and Halloumi Stroganoff are amazing. But sometimes you just want something super quick and easy. 

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These Greek Halloumi Wraps are just that! Perfect for a quick lunch or served with side orders for a bigger meal. 

close up of inside of halloumi wrap. Halloumi, cucumber and tomato visible inside. Bowl of salad blurred in the background.

Can You Eat Halloumi Cold?


You can eat it raw, or you can cook it and then eat it once it’s cooled. 

But I find cold halloumi in either sense quite rubbery and much prefer it warmed up and soft. 

What Kind of Wraps Should You Use for Halloumi Wraps?

If you’ve got time and you want more authentic Halloumi Greek Wraps, then you could make my flatbread recipe. It’s super simple and makes fantastic Greek wraps.

Halloumi Wrap on plate with chips. Another wrap on a plate, bowl of salad and chips to the sides.

But if you are in a rush, or just don’t want to make your own, a pack of basic wraps from any store is fine. 

Making Halloumi Wraps

Now you might be wondering what is Greek about these Halloumi Cheese Wraps? 

Well, they are Greek Halloumi Wraps in part because of the added tzatziki, but also because the oil with chilli and oregano gives the halloumi a fantastic Mediterranean flavour. They are very summery and refreshing.

halloumi wrap ingredients with tags - halloumi, wraps, tzatziki, chilli, oil, oregano and salad.

You could also make Greek Salad Halloumi Wraps with olives and feta and a drizzle of olive oil instead of the tzatziki. But, I don’t like either olives or feta so as much as I love Greek food I must say the Greek Salad is a little lost on me. 

To make my Halloumi Wraps Recipe you pretty much brush halloumi with oil, oregano and chilli (which I mix together in a little tub first) and fry until golden brown. Then, spread a wrap with tzatziki, add halloumi and your salad of choice and wrap.

process shots


Wrapping Greek Halloumi Wraps

So, you can wrap your Halloumi in Wraps in two different ways. 

You could wrap them completely, with both ends folded in, like a burrito. Or you can do what I’ve done and just fold the bottom in, leaving the top end open. 

close up of wrap on white plate.

To do this, layer your filling in a line down the middle, fold the bottom inch or so up to the filling, and wrap the sides over as tightly as you can. I then use a little strip of foil or baking paper to hold them in shape, especially if the kids are eating them. 

How to Make Tzatziki from Scratch

I have an easy recipe for tzatziki if you want to make your own. 

It’s basically just a mix of Greek yoghurt, grated and dried cucumber, oil, lemon juice, garlic and salt.  

If you prefer store-bought tzatziki, or any other dip you like would work well. Sweet chilli with halloumi is amazing!!

What to Serve with Halloumi Wraps?

Greek Halloumi Wrap on plate with chips.

I like to serve my halloumi wraps with salad, or sometimes chips if I want something a bit more filling. For lunch, they’d also be great with a pack of crisps or a dollop of coleslaw

Other Halloumi Recipes

If you want more halloumi recipes try:

Yield: 4 Wraps

Greek Halloumi Wraps

close up of inside of halloumi wrap. Halloumi, cucumber and tomato visible inside. Bowl of salad blurred in the background.

Greek Halloumi Wraps with tzatziki and salad are a super simple and refreshing meal. Perfect on their own, with salad, or chips for a heavier meal.

Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes


  • 550g Halloumi (or 2 packs) – Sliced into 8 thick slices
  • 3tbsp Olive Oil
  • 2tbsp Oregano
  • Pinch Chilli Flakes
  • 4 Wraps (or homemade flatbreads)
  • 75g Tzatziki – either homemade or store-bought
  • Lettuce - Shredded
  • Cucumber - Sliced
  • Tomatoes - Sliced
  • Red Onion – Finely Sliced


  1. Prepare your tzatziki and flatbreads if you are making your own
  2. Spread the wraps with tzatziki and set to one side
  3. Mix the oil, oregano and chilli flakes together in a small bowl
  4. Heat a large frying pan on the hob
  5. Brush both sides of the halloumi with the oil, chilli and oregano
  6. Gently place in the frying pan and fry for 3-4 minutes on each side, until golden brown
  7. Place 2 slices in each wrap, on top of the tzatziki
  8. Add any lettuce, tomatoes, onion and cucumber you like
  9. Fold the bottom 1-2 inches of the wrap up over the filling before wrapping the sides in tightly, secure in place with foil or paper, leaving the top open


  • You can get my tzatziki and flatbreads recipes here.
  • Add salad of choice or none at all.
  • You can also grill the halloumi if you prefer.

Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:

1 wrap

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 691Total Fat: 41gSaturated Fat: 19gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 19gCholesterol: 100mgSodium: 1163mgCarbohydrates: 45gFiber: 3gSugar: 2gProtein: 35g

The nutritional information provided is approximate and is calculated using online tools. Information can vary depending on various factors.

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