Saganaki cheese recipe
- Cuisine: Greek
Learn how to make Saganaki Cheese.
500gm Saganaki cheese (cut in triangles)
2 egg whites
1 cup water
1 cup plain flour
2 tbsp olive oil
Combine egg whites and water in a bowl and mix lightly.
Dip slices of saganaki cheese into the egg-white mix and dust with plain flour. Repeat.
Heat olive oil in a frying pan.
Place the cheese slices into the hot oil and turn them over intermittently.
Add more olive oil if the cheese starts to stick to the frying pan.
Cook until the cheese goes a little bit soft and turns golden-brown.
Saganaki cheese is best eaten while hot. Serve with lemon wedges, oregano and parsley.
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