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Recipe of Breaded Cheese Fingers

Breaded Cheese Fingers

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Cheese fingers originally were born in France. Which appeared for the first time, in Le Menagier de Paris, which was a type of manual of behaviors that the women of the time had to follow with more than 380 recipes, in the year of 1393. Nevertheless, when being prepared generally with the Mozzarella cheese, it is believed that this recipe is Italian. We invite you to try this delight.
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4 portions
  • 12 Adobera cheese, cut in fingers
  • 200 grams flour
  • 4 eggs
  • 1 cup ground bread
  • 1 cup vegetal oil


Take the adobera cheese and cut it into strips, with a width of 2 cm.
In a pan, pour the vegetable oil and preheat it over low heat.
In a bowl, break and beat the 4 eggs.
Take a finger that cheese and stir it with the egg.
In a bowl of flour put 1 1/2 cup of flour, and stir the cheese finger with egg.
Again stir the cheese finger already with flour, with the egg.
In a bowl put 1 cup and 1/2 of the breadcrumbs and stir our cheese finger.
Take the cheese finger and fry it in the pan with hot oil. Remove the cheese finger, when it has taken a light-dark brown color.
Place our fried cheese fingers, in a dish spread with a servitoalla, to absorb the excess oil.


You can accompany your cheese fingers with your favorite chipotle dressing or mayonnaise.

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Ratings (2)
Maria Carla Moiset Planas
21/03/2020 17:16:57
Delicioso.Lo intente y me quedo muy bien y muy rico.
Fernanda Gómez
22/02/2017 22:32:42

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