Cheese straws
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Cheese straws

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Serves 1 - 50 Fingers

Lovely cheesy bites

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Ingredients

  • 4oz self raising flour
  • pinch salt
  • pinch mustard powder
  • 2oz margarine
  • 3oz mature cheddar or Red Leicester cheese, grated
  • 1 medium egg, beaten

Method

    1. Heat oven to 180c/350f/gas mark 4. Grease a baking tray
    2. Mix together the flour, salt and mustard. Rub in the margarine.
    3. Stir in the cheese and add the egg to make stiff dough.
    4. Roll out very thinly and cut into strips. Cut a few rings for serving if wished. Put on baking tray.
    5. Bake for 10-15 min

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bowiewhist
19th Feb, 2019
3.05
I am not a great cook - this needs saying first. I followed this exactly and struggled a bit. The dough when rolled out seemed to split and I think my grated cheese needed to be much finer and the pastry much drier (I'm guessing). I made some sticks but they kept breaking as I tried to lay them out so I reverted to using a round cutter. They took quite a while to cook. I've just tasted one and think they could do with a bit more salt for my liking. Overall I'd give it another go but I can't see how they would turn out like the illustration.
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jacash
28th Oct, 2017
4.05
This was a tasty simple recipe to make. One thing though, I'd recommend leaving the cooked straws for a few minutes on the tray to crisp up before transferring onto a cooling rack.