These mozzarella cheese bites are my kids favourite snack. They love to dunk it in tomato ketchup and eat them. They are my favourite toooooo!!!:( Cheese and Oil!!!!! Noooooooooooooooo!!!
but I only occasionally make these at home! After all they are kids.............and cheese is healthy!!;) 

Im not writing too much this week as the baby bears and mama bear is down with the usual flu!!!  Not feeling too well..............feeling horribe actually! 

I had joined the Blogging Marathon hosted by srivalli just to keep me motivated to keep blogging............I This week's theme is bite sized food for kids! I was looking forward to it all month...............and then this flu happened...........and I can't even get out of bed. So Im quickly going to post this recipe and then get into bed...........AGAIN!

 Till tomorrow guys................ 

String cheese - 12
Breadcrumbs - 3/4 cup
Italian seasoning - 1/2 tsp
Chili powder - 1/4 tsp
All purpose flour - 1/4 cup
Eggs - 2
Oil for frying

  • Cut the cheese into bite sized pieces.
  • Mix the chili powder, italian seasoning and breadcrumbs in a shallow bowl. Keep aside.
  • In another bowl, beat the eggs. Keep aside
  • In another shallow bowl keep the flour ready
  • Now, drop the pieces of cheese first into the flour mixture. dust off any excessive flour and drop it into the egg mixture. 
  • Then into the breadcrumbs. 
  • Repeat for all the pieces of cheese, in the same order..........flour, eggs, breadcrumbs.
  • Neatly arrange the finished pieces of cheese on a plate. 
  • Refrigerate for atleast 30 mins. At this point you can even freeze them to fry at a later date.
  • Place a wok with oil for deep frying. once the oil is hot drop the cheese cubes into the hot oil.  don't overcrowd.
  • It will brown very fast. so be ready to remove them in a few seconds and then drain them on a paper towel.
  • Serve them ht with chili sauce or ketchup.

By the way................the cheese bites in the pictures look 'red' because my breadcrumbs I found at my local supermarket had an orange/red tinge to it!

So sending this recipe to Srivallis kids delight event guest hosted by Rafeeda themed on bite sized food for kids


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