Recipe by anchor girl
***NOTE! I made this recipe and didn't measure the amount of cheese... SO I am guessing at the poundage! I'm going to make it again this weekend and this time I will measure. I apologize tremendously for this oversight!!! It's still delicious no matter how much cheese you use, but I am going to borrow a scale and find out for sure in a few days. Thanks for your patience! **** This came from a friend who got the recipe from a restaurant owner. It's absolutely delicious, but be sure to wait a few minutes (it's going to be difficult) before you dive in because it can burn the roof of your mouth! Absolutely heavenly goodness...
Top Review by surprize27_gal
What a wonderful recipe!!!!! I made this before a special dinner tonight. It was a real hit and we did not have leftovers. I will be making this again and again. Thanks for sharing.
Directions See How It's Made
- Use a glass pie plate (or similar sized baking dish), and fill it with coarsely chopped (or grated) kasseri cheese.
- Add garlic atop the cheese, sprinkle with oregano and the juice from about a half of a lemon.
- Broil until the cheese takes a golden brown color.
- Serve with sliced (preferably fresh) french bread.