91 Reviews

This was a hit with my family. I found that it was more effective in keeping the bread crumbs on when I dipped it in the egg before and after rolling it in the flour and the bread crumbs. It also helped to keep the cheese within the coating a lot better. I still haven't perfected it but I'm getting there.

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VKuuipo Bridges October 12, 2002

It is too bad that I can not rate them higher then a five star! I have been trying to find a mozzarella chesse stick that did not have an over-powering spice mix flavor. Now that I have, I will ONLY make this recipe for my cheese sticks. What a shame that my son was sick on the day that I made them, I had to eat them ALL on my own.

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cookie j August 07, 2002

Superb! I dipped them in egg first before the flour to help it stick better, then continued as written. I got them thoroughly frozen before cooking, and they did not leak at all! They had a lovely thick golden crust and were just yummy.

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Cook+Princess January 11, 2011

Awesome...I never though mozzarella sticks would turn out so good without deep frying. Freezing them before frying really makes a difference. This was so good and unbelievably quick to put together. I used the Organic Valley lowfat string cheese to make mine. Perfect with warm marinara.

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eatrealfood April 07, 2010

Ultra yummy and just like in restaurants! Only I was able to make these a tad healthier by using low-fat string cheese, used just the egg whites for batter, and homemade panko with Italian seasoning, and fried in olive oil. They also freeze well for re-baking! Served with my Easy Marinara Dipping Sauce for the Lazy for a tasty meal.

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the80srule October 17, 2009

They were delicious!!!!!! My daughter LOVED them she said that she could eat them every day at recess. A keeper!

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Brenda Tanner-Hebb January 24, 2004

These were really good, I would have given 5 stars if there was instructions to freeze them first. It was my first time making these and the cheese oozed out everywhere. I had to look online to find out they need to be frozen first so the cheese doesn't melt before the coating crisps up. I will try again though with this new info ?

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danielleariana March 06, 2016

This was amazing. I'm 15 and was looking for easy and tasty for a snack during the football game and this was definitely a great fit! Not too expensive and very yummy. A very simple recipe too!

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Faith D. January 17, 2016

Yum yum yum!! I made these tonight and followed the recipe exactly how it is posted and they came out wonderful! Prep time took maybe 2 minutes and cooking maybe a few more. I will def be making these again!!

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Christina T. August 31, 2015

OH MY GOD! didn't have bread crumbs so I used ritz crackers sooooooo good

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Brennan L. April 08, 2015
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