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- 1 lb monterey jack cheese or 1 lb jalapeno jack cheese
- 1 cup milk
- 1 cup flour
- 1 cup seasoned bread crumbs
- vegetable oil
- salsa, optional
- Cut cheese into rectangular sticks or one inch cubes.
- Place the cheese pieces in a bowl and pour the milk over the cheese, coating thoroughly.
- Remove cheese from milk and coat with flour.
- Quickly dip in milk again and roll each piece in bread crumbs.
- In a medium to large saucepan, heat 2 to 3 inches of oil to med-high heat.
- Quickly fry a few pieces of cheese at a time, about 1 minute or until golden.
- Remove with slotted spoon and drain on paper towels.
- Serve with salsa, if desired.
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These are GREAT!! I too don't like the mess... so what I do is have one Ziplock bag with flour and then remove the cheese with thongs and I have another Ziplock bag with the crumbs and do the same with another pair of thongs. I close the Ziplock and shake before I fry... NOTE: Works well when you do this one piece at a time
I do a similar recipe with the same technique but I freeze them in a single layer on a pan lined with wax/parchment paper for an hour or overnight before frying them. It helps the coating "set" better. Then when you fry them the cheese doesn't ooze out as much before the batter starts to crisp up and brown. The build up of batter is not as bad if you use one hand for dry and the other for wet when doing the coating. I love fried cheese sticks. :)
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