Cheeseling Straws Recipe

October 25, 2016

how to make Cheeseling Straws

I know, I should be regular in posting. Though I have a tiny list of recipes, I was out of time. The weekend passed by, busy shopping, traveling and doing school homework. I'm sure, most of us were busy shopping for Diwali. For us , traveling to Bangalore city is tougher than visiting our hometown.


Since the Metro construction has started, life has become so miserable, air pollution, traffic jam. I know, traffic jam is nothing new in Bangalore. That is what Bangalore is becoming famous for. But, our area was much calmer and greener which is in an effort to turn into a town.



Really sorry to see big and old trees are being cut down and I'm sure nothing new will grow there. Roads have got extended till the edge of every building. Most of the residents are suffering from dust allergy, skin allergy and what not. Seems like after few years, we can't step out of our house without an oxygen mask.

how to make Cheeseling Straws

Now, what will you do, if you are stressed out and worried.. ?? For me, cooking is a stress buster. Trying something new and relishing it.

I tried this snack, which your kids are sure to enjoy, elders, too..:) I made this for my neighbor's kid and for my son's tea party. What I did here is deep fried, but next time I will be baking it and will update the post for it.

Other cheese recipe:

Cheese Puri

How to make super easy and quick Cheeseling straws:

1. Take cream or ghee and flour into a mixing bowl. Rub the cream into the flour well.


2. Add salt and cheese. Using warm water, knead flour well to form a smooth dough. Cover and leave for 20 minutes.

3. Divide the dough into 3-4 parts. Roll these into thin chapatis. Cut into long thin strips.

                            

4. Deep fry and serve at tea time. Once cooled, store in airtight container.



Cheeseling Straws Recipe
 CuisineIndian
 Prep Time25 minutes
 Cook Time10 minutes
 Servings
people
INGREDIENTS
INSTRUCTIONS
  1. Take cream or ghee and flour into a mixing bowl. Rub the cream into the flour well.
  2. Add salt and cheese. Using warm water, knead flour well to form a smooth dough. Cover and leave for 20 minutes.
  3. Divide the dough into 3-4 parts. Roll these into thin chapatis. Cut into long thin strips.
  4. Deep fry and serve at tea time. Once cooled, store in airtight container.
RECIPE NOTES
Cheese already contains little salt. So, be careful in adding salt to the dough. I added around 2/3 tsp salt.

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