Friday, March 26, 2010

Czech Rebublic - Smažený sýr

Fried cheese? This is going to be good, how can it not be?


* a handful of breadcrumbs
* 1 tsp garlic salt
* salt
* dried mixed herbs
* 1 egg, beaten
* 2 tbls milk
* half a cup of flour
* Edam cheese
* oil for frying

Mix the breadcrumbs with the garlic salt, salt and herbs and place in a bowl.

Put the flour in another bowl.

Beat the egg and add milk putting them in another bowl.

Cut the Edam into slices. Dip them in the flour so they're coated in it.

Then into the egg/milk mixture.

Lastly, into the breadcrumbs. Making sure they're well covered on both sides.

Heat up some oil in a pan and place the cheese slices into the pan carefully. Only do a couple at a time so they have space to fry properly.

When they're done, drain them on some kitchen paper.

It recommends eating them with salsa or with tartar sauce or mayonnaise. I ate mine just as they were. Still warm while the cheese was all gooey inside.

I was right, they were good. Delicious in fact. I loved the saltiness and the garlic taste the breadcrumb coating had. It was a perfect contrast with the smooth gooeyness of the melted cheese inside. One of the easiest and most delicious recipes I've ever done!

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