Gluten-Free Italian Mozzarella Cheese Sticks
These gluten-free Italian mozzarella cheese sticks look as good as they taste! A genius recipe for a quick and easy snack.
Mozzarella sticks are easy to prepare and quick to cook. These gluten-free Italian mozzarella sticks are too good to miss out on, crispy on the outside with melted cheese on the inside.
The crispy coating is deliciously flavoured with Italian herbs complementing the mild cheese. I call it finger food to linger over.
What are gluten-free Italian mozzarella cheese sticks?
If you’re looking for a delicious and easy-to-make appetizer that’s both gluten-free and explosively delicious, look no further than these mozzarella cheese sticks!
Made with just a few simple ingredients, they’re perfect for satisfying your cravings without sacrificing taste or quality.
What ingredients do you need to make gluten-free Italian mozzarella cheese sticks?
To make these cheese sticks, you’ll need:
12 mozzarella string cheese
oil for flash-frying
The secret to the best mozzarella cheese sticks
To get the cheese sticks crispy on the outside and goey cheesy on the inside, there is a step you can’t miss. Once the cheese is dipped in the flavourful coating, the cheese sticks have to be frozen for one hour before they are cooked.
This step is super important because if you skip it, the cheese will melt, and you will get melted cheese instead of crispy cheese sticks.
How long does it take to make gluten-free Italian mozzarella cheese sticks?
This gluten-free recipe takes less than 30 minutes from start to finish.
The hot cheese snack is not deep fried. Instead, the cheese is flash-fried in about half an inch of oil. This will create a tasty, crispy coating with goey cheese inside. Soo good!
These gluten-free cheese sticks are perfect for any occasion, whether you’re hosting a party or just want a quick and easy snack.
Serve as is or with fresh tomato marinara sauce.
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