Cheese Straws (7)

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Serves 1 – 20 Fingers
Absolutely Scrumptious! Perfect nibbles at celebrations so when nibbles for unpredicted guests or people circular for a cup of tea! You will like them.
70g of Grated Cheddar Cheese
14g of Grated Parmesan Cheese
Heat the oven to 180C/160C fan.
Sieve the flour, salt and pepper/paprika into a dish. Add the butter and rub well. Once rubbed well ad the grated mozzarella cheese and briefly mix.
Moisten with egg yolk. Knead into a ball. If the mixture continues to be oo crumbly add the milk to it and then knead right into a ball. Sprinkle some flour on a work surface. Roll the mixture out right into a square and trim into slim strips (1cm).
Place on a lined baking tray and brush with any remaining egg yolk if you would like. Bake them for 12 – 15 mins or until fantastic. Cool them on the wire rack.
Eat and revel in them!
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