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After submitting my last Cheesy recipes I was asked by Nar "More!! Please add some more cheesy receipes" So here they are
CHEESE MUFFIN PIZZA TREATS
Makes 4 Preparation time 5 mins cooking time 12 mins
100g Grated Red Leicester Cheese 1 Sliced Red Onion 100g Cherry Tomatoes Halved 4 Tablespoons Tomatoe puree 1 teaspoon Mixed Herbs 2 English Muffins Halved 1 small clove garlic crushed (or 1/2 teaspoon garlic puree/crushed garlic paste)
1. Preheat the oven to 200 degrees Celcius / Gas Mark 6 2. Place the Muffins Halves on a baking sheet cut side upwards 3. Mix the puree, garlic and herbs together 4. Spread each muffin evenly with the puree mix 5. Arrange the onion and tomato halves on top of the puree 6. Sprinkle cheese over the tops 7. Place in the oven and cook for 12 minutes until the cheese melts. 8. Serve warm
Mozzerella cheese can be substituted for the Red Leicester cheese.
PANCAKES WITH A DIFFERENCE
Makes 4-6 Preparation time 5 mins cooking time 15 mins
120g Plain Flour 1 Teaspoon Baking Powder 2 Beaten Eggs 280 ml milk 120 g grated cheese seasoning Oil for frying
1. mix together the flour, salt, baking powder 2. Slowly blend in the egg mixture until smooth 3. Add enough milk to make a thick batter and beat well 4. Add the remaining milk and add 3/4 of the cheese 5. Mix Well 6. Heat the oil in a flat frying pan until very hot ( you can tell by the sheen of the oil rippling and whisps of smoke rising from the pan) 7. Pour in a thin layer of batter and swirl around the pan coating the surface evenly 8. Fry until golden brown on both sides 9. Turn out and roll up 10 sprinkle the tops with the remaining cheese continue until all the batter and cheese is used up.
If you prefer a ready made pancake mix can be used in this recipe
CHEESE AND POTATO DUMPLINGS
Serves 3-4 Preparation time 10 mins Cooking time 45 mins approx
1kg King Edward Potatoes peeled and chopped into eighths 2 Beaten Eggs 1 Small onion finely chopped 250g Grated Cheese Salt & Pepper to season
1. Preheat the oven 200 degrees celcius / Gas Mark 6 2. Boil the potatoes until soft 3. Drain and mash with a ricer or potato masher and leave in the pan 4. Place the pan on a low heat 5. Season and mix in half of the cheese 6. Add the eggs and onion and mix in well 7. Remove from the heat and allow to cool for a few minutes so you can handle the mixture 8. Taking a desert spoon scoop an amout of the potato mixture and roll into balls 9. Roll the balls into the remaining cheese coating evenly 10. Place onto a baking tray and bake for 15 - 20 mins until golden and crusty
A hard cheese is ideal for this recipe
Makes 20 Preparation time 15 mins Chilling time 1 - 2 Hours cooking time 15 mins
50g Butter or margerine 120g Cheddar Cheese 40g Plain Flour Pinch Salt Pinch Chilli Powder
1. Using an electric mixer cream the butter until soft 2. Fold in the remaining ingredients using a wooden spoon forming a dough 3. On a lightly floured surface shape the dough into a cylinder about 40 cm diameter 4. Wrap in greased paper and chill for 1 - 2 hours 5. After chilling time preheat the oven to 280 degrees Celcius / Gas mark 4 6. Grease 2 baking trays 7. Unwrap the dough and cut into 1 cm thick slices 8. Place on the baking sheet evenly 9. Bake for 15 min until golden in colour 10. Transfer to a cooling tray
Low fat spreads are unsuitable for this recipe butter or magerine is advised
I hope you will enjoy these additional cheese recipes. Keep an eye out for further recipes (not necessarily cheesy ones)
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