Cheese Straws

By | September 2, 2009

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Cheese Straws Recipe – A quick to make snack that is a favorite with the family.

This snack can be had anytime. They are addictive and one can go munching on them. Usually, I make a small or medium jar, so that we can have these crisp cheesy snack as a munching snack. Sometimes we have these cheese straws with ginger tea or filter coffee.

Cheese Straws

I first learnt this recipe during my home science days and from there onwards, have made these straws many times. The texture of these cheese straws are not like the ones you get outside. These are crisp and crumbly. These straws are made from whole wheat flour/atta. If you want you can make them from all purpose flour/maida or half-half of both the flours.

If you are fond of cheese and biscuits then you might like this Cheese biscuits recipe. Instead of making straws you can also use a biscuit cutter and make cute shapes.

cheese straws recipe

Few more Cheese recipes For you!

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Quick and Easy to prepare crisp Cheese Straws

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Prep Time 15 mins

Cook Time 15 mins

Total Time 30 mins


Cuisine World

Course: Snacks


Servings 1 medium jar

Units

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making cheese straws dough

  • Mix all the dry ingredients very well – whole wheat flour, black pepper, mustard powder, cayenne pepper or red chili powder and salt.

  • Add butter to the dry flour mixture. With your fingers rub the butter in the flour to make a bread crumb like mixture.

  • Add grated cheese and lightly mix.

  • Then add water or milk and bring the entire mixture together to form a dough.

  • If the mixture appears dry, then add more water or milk.

  • Don’t knead as we don’t want gluten to form.

  • Cover in a bowl or in a cling film and refrigerate the dough for 30 to 40 mins. you can also refrigerate overnight.

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making cheese straws

  • Divide the dough into 3 to 4 portions. Take one portion and on a lightly dusted work surface, roll into 1/4 inch width rectangle or circle.

  • With a sharp knife, cut the rolled dough vertically and make strips.

  • You can also use biscuit cutter to get various shapes.

  • Bake in a pre heated oven at 180 degrees celsius for 12 to 15 minutes till golden and crisp.

  • Remove on a rack and once cooled, store cheese straws in an air-tight box.

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Cheese straws will stay good for one month.