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No way is it possible to eat just one!

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Hoping for something quick, easy, and tasty? So were we just the other day, when we needed something to bring towards the volunteers at our every week downtown walk. We volunteer there monthly, and, to attempt to ensure that we won't be the only ones during our shift, we bring a little something. This week: mozzarella cheese straws.<br>
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This recipe comes from The Lee Bros. Southern Cookbook, by non-e apart from Ted and Matt Lee. (Evidently, they are really brothers.) They've come up with a multitude of recipes of Southern dishes, some common, some not traditional, and, from how big is the book, they will have nearly every formula that you may need, and, probably, a couple of you do not. We've tried a couple of their dishes before because each of them sound so excellent. Oh, before you get scratchin', realize that you can't drink through these straws.<br>
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Makes about 30 straws.<br>
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3/4 cup all-purpose flour<br>
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1/4-1/2 tsp reddish pepper<br>
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1/2 tsp kosher salt<br>
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4 Tbs unsalted butter, slightly warm and cut into pieces<br>
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1 Tbs half-and-half or cream<br>
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Abbreviated Instructions<br>
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Preheat oven to 350°F.<br>
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Place all ingredients, except half-and-half or cream, in the bowl of a food processor chip. Pulse until it resembles coarse crumbs. With processor chip running, put in half-and-half. Process until a dough forms, about 10 secs.<br>
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On a lightly-floured work surface area, roll out dough to 1/8 inch thick. Cut into ribbons 1/4-inch wide and transfer to a parchment-lined cooking sheet.<br>
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Bake for 12-15 mins, or until lightly browned and crisp.<br>
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Great on sheet for three minutes, after that transfer to a rack to great completely.<br>
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Ingredient discussion:<br>
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Since you're cooking cheese, you really need to use a extremely sharp cheese. In the past, we've attempted a milder cheese, and all of the taste gets washed aside. They were extremely bland, but we discovered our lesson and are passing it on and that means you need not learn it, as well.<br>
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Procedure at length:<br>
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This is almost a dump-and-mix recipe. Place everything in a meals processor and whirr.<br>
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Procedure most everything. That is a really super-simple recipe; just place all of the ingredients, apart from the half-and-half, in the meals processor and set it to whirring. We like to set the food processor within the kitchen sink since flour will sometimes shoot out across the edges. After a few pulses it'll appear all crumbly.<br>
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After about 15 seconds, everything will look all crumbly.<br>
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Roll it out to about 1/8 inch heavy. Too thick plus they won't crisp. Too thin, they'll burn off.<br>
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Roll out. We just use our counter to move out doughs. We gently flour it, scrape the lump of dough about it, and roll it out. Periodically you'll need to add a dusting of flour. Maintain rolling until it's about 1/8 of an inch thick.<br>
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Cut them about 1/3 inches wide. They'll puff a little in the oven in order that they appearance more like straws.<br>
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Slice. Work with a sharp knife to slice the dough into narrow strips. We go about 1/3 of the in . wide. Transfer the strips to some baking sheet series with parchment, making sure there's a little space between straws. They do spread just a tiny amount.<br>
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Bake. Slide them into the range and Rhubarb almond Cake - http://www.kaycismakinglife.com/2020/02/28/almond-cake-recipe-chocolate-... bake for 12-15 a few minutes, or until they begin to brown and look crispy. We rotate the sheet halfway through cooking.<br>
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Cooling cheese straws waiting to be used in the rack.<br>
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Cool. Remove the sheet, let cool for about 3 minutes, then transfer straws to some rack to awesome the rest of the way.<br>
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Taste. We bet you can't eat just one!<br>
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This recipe is so easy and fast, yet it delivers a really tasty snack (it's actually harder to clean up afterwards, well, perhaps a little harder). Ideal when you wish something that appears a little elegant, but with real down-home flavor. By the time our volunteering was done, so were these mozzarella cheese straws. (Yeah, we helped eat them.) Four celebrities.<br>
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