Cheese Sticks

cheesesticks

Cheese sticks are deep-fried snacks composed of sliced cheeses wrapped in spring roll wrapper. This is totally different from the cheese sticks that they have here in North America wherein cheese (usually Mozzarella) is coated in a batter and deep-fried.

A great meryenda (mid-afternoon snack) for the kids and kid at heart, this snack is so easy to prepare and is a total budget friendly meal.

Try this Cheese Sticks recipe.

Ingredients:

7 ounces cheddar cheese , sliced in small individual pieces (I used pinoy cheese for this recipe)

30 pieces spring roll (lumpia) wrapper

1 cup cooking oil

Watch the cooking video:

Cooking procedure:

1. Wrap the cheese in spring roll wrapper

2. Heat the pan and pour-in the cooking oil. Let the oil heat-up for a few minutes. (use a smaller pan to save oil)

3. Deep-fry the cheese in spring roll wrapper (uncooked cheese sticks) for 4 minutes or until the color of the spring roll wrapper turns golden brown.

4. Remove from the pan and place in a plate with paper towel. Let stand for a few minutes for the oil  to drain.

5. Serve with mayonnaise and catsup dip. Share and enjoy!


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Comments

  1. jessica says:

    kaka amazed namn po kuya,,hnd pala nalulusaw ung chezz sa kumukulong mantika,

  2. SALUT!

    Comment allez-vous?

    Very Simple and yet delicious! I like filipino CHEDDAR cheese,too. Comté in
    FRENCH. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK.

    GOD BLESS YOU.

    -ALICIA

  3. hi,thanks for the recipe.you really have a wonderful site.i’d like to ask if you have a recipe for the cheese stick that is baked and it uses flour,milk,butter,cheese.it is baked and then sliced into sticks.i’m been looking for the recipe in the internet but couldn’t find it.i’d appreciate your help.thanks much!

  4. missbaguio says:

    we tried cooking cheese sticks dito sa Australia using their regular cheese and it melted very quickly tapos lumabas sa wrapper. hehe. oh and very sharp ang lasa ng cheese nila dito (medyo bitter tuloy). will try it again using kraft nalang(yun lang yung most similar to filipino cheeses na nandito and medyo mahirap hanapin)