Sunday, November 28, 2010

Cheddar and Mozzarella Fingers in Oats flakes!

Hey world!! So the 4 course party menu I promised, is working its way into the blog. Today we will take a look at the first appetizer- a 2 in one cheese fingers coated in oats flakes.

It’s a neat snack for kids who don’t like oats J. I promise they’ll ask for more if you serve it like this!

Keep the cheddar slices thin and mozzarella thick but not too thick. If you wish to make it spicy add some pepper powder or chilli powder or some green chilli paste to the egg before coating. You can add caramelized onions and some red chilli flakes instead of oats, tat’s even yummier. I used oats so that my little one could have them too.

Ingredients: (Serves- 6 to 8)
Mozzarella cheese - 250grams sliced into long thin pieces
Cheddar cheese- 100 grams sliced into long thin pieces
Egg - 2
Spring roll skin
Oat flakes for coating
Oil for deep frying

Method:
1.   Sandwich a slice of cheddar between the mozzarella slices and roll into the spring roll skin as in pictures. Fold the open ends and stick them inside the rolled portion.
2.   Beat egg, dip each roll in it and coat in oats. Give a generous coating of egg before you roll in oats. use yoru fingers to pat some into the folds so that it's sealed.

3.   Heat oil, on high flame, fry till golden colour.
4.   Cut them into halves and serve with sauce of your choice. And serve hot because the cheese texture hardens once the rolls are cold.


27 comments:

  1. i like this coz cheese is one of the precious few things my girl eats. but finding spring roll skin or dough sheets is not easy here. they should be available easily only then these tasty stuff becomes easy to make. i always roll out the dough. it's yum but time consuming.
    am i appointed to notice your typos??!! one in method 4.

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  2. @kitchenmorph: Lol...wen I write my own book, I'll send it to you for proof reading ;) thanx ny wayz! n the leaves you could make them and freeze them for a month...that way u dont have to make them everytime!! :)

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  3. I've got to agree with you - the chillies idea sounds fantastic. EatGreek is right. VERY interesting recipe. I love cooked cheese.

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  4. I think this is the perfect dish for my next football party! Yum!

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  5. So easy and looks so good! Thanks for posting!

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  6. Very cool! The oats add just that layer of healthfulness. =) Do you put the spring roll skins before the egg dip?

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  7. @JayP: left a comment on ur post now...lets see if that pops up. n yea the chilli idea works great for adults =)
    @belinda: wrap the cheese in the leaf then dip it in egg.

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  8. This, like everything else you feature, looks delicious! It is about to snow here so the thought of these warm could not sound better. Was hunting down your post with the 'nests' that is in your FB profile. So darling! Thanks for never disappointing!

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  9. Oh wow...that looks so delicious! Great recipe!

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  10. Oh the melted cheese...looks wonderful. Love the oats.

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  11. You know what? I think these oats-covered cheese fingers will be a real hit with my kids! I loved that there I'd a hidden spring roll somewhere in there. ;-)

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  12. Nothing better than melty cheese snacks...I am intrigued by the oats, like the crunchiness :)

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  13. what a great way to make cheese sticks! The oats add another dimension to the sticks, what a wonderful idea! I mean who doesn't love mozz sticks, and that added crunch from the oats is perfect!
    Dennis

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  14. That is a nice twist! I like the little hot sauce (I think) explosions on the plate. Great presentation! (I am sorry in advance if it was not a hot sauce! Don't know my sauces very well!)

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  15. These mozzarella cheese sticks look a hundred times better than the bread crumbed ones. The oats give it such a wonderful crunch.
    Beautiful presentation too, with the cute decorative dipping sauce!

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  16. That looks absolutely amazing!

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  17. What an amazing recipe! And a great idea for party finger foods!

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  18. great idea for finger foods, thanks for sharing.
    the picture with the oozing cheese made me hungry
    Hope you have a save week and enjoy your trips.

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  19. That looks scrumptious.(y)

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  20. Thanks guys for all those lovely comments!

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  21. Oh what a lovely blog and so muc of deliciousness galore !!
    Am drooling over all d deliciousness here!

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  22. The cheese sticks are incredible, but I was really drawn to the ketchup fireworks on the plate. At first I thought it was the design! You're so very, very creative. I bet you could get my Dudette to eat anything.

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  23. Hi.. thanks for visiting my blog... just checking out your space - lovely and you've got some yummy recipes here :) stay in touch!

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  24. wow, stunning recipe, i love it... so melting.... Giorgia

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  25. How can i ask you for more details? Great post needda know more...

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  26. Thank you for the great information! I would not have discovered this otherwise!

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