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Questa ricetta l’ho copiata spudoratamente dal blog “Oggi Pane Salame Domani”, della bravissima Sonia. A sua volta la ricetta arriva dal blog di una giovane mamma e foodblogger che vive a Jakarta, e che ha preparato questi buonissimi stick sfiziosi che si possono preparare in pochissimi minuti con ingredienti che quasi tutti avete in casa. Preparate i fornelli! Si comincia! 😀
100 gr di farina 00
2 uova intere sbattute
2 cucchiai di paprika affumicata in polvere
1 cucchiaio di prezzemolo secco
100 gr di formaggio grattugiato chetar (ma anche il parmigiano va bene)
olio vegetale per friggere quanto basta
Parmesan cheese, parsley and smoked paprika sticks
I copied this recipe shamelessly from the blog “Oggi pane salame domani“, created by the talented Sonia. This recipe originally comes from the blog of a young mother and food blogger who lives in Jakarta, and can be prepared in a few minutes with ingredients that most of you have at home. Prepare the stove! Let’s start!
– 100 g of 00 flour
– 2 eggs, beaten
– 2 tablespoons of paprika powder
– 1 tablespoon dried parsley
– 100 grams of grated cheddar cheese (but Parmesan cheese is also fine)
– vegetable oil for frying – as much as you like
Heat the oil in a deep saucepan. Separately, prepare a plate with kitchen blotting paper.
In a large bowl put the flour, grated Parmesan or cheddar cheese and paprika powder. Stir well to blend everything and now add the 2 eggs. Mix well and add the dry parsley.
Pour the mixture into a piping bag and cut the tip at approximately 2-3 millimetres. Your sticks will be the size of this opening, so be careful not to cut too much.
When the oil is hot, start squeezing a little mixture out of the piping bag, forming long sticks, one at a time. You can use a pair of scissors to cut off the mixture out of the piping bag, or simply pull on it a little bit to cut it.
With a perforated ladle, turn the sticks once and then drain them on the blotting paper. They will get a nice golden colour once they are ready in not even a minute.
Do not cook too many sticks at a time, as the oil temperature will drop too much. Cook about 5 or 6 at a time.
If you trust me…. the sticks should be eaten hot immediately, but you can also keep them for a couple of days in an airtight container if you like.
Let me know if you like them. I could not stop eating them once I started!
See you soon.