This one is totally weird and totally easy. I love having the kiddos help me with this one. While it is not fried, it will taste like it. Everyone seems to have cheese sticks in their refrigerators these days. It does not matter what brand or flavor, they all work. Someone always orders cheese sticks when we’re out and about, so this is a good one to try.
Cut string cheese into bite sized pieces, 3 to 4 from each stick.
Dip each piece in milk and then bread crumbs. I use Panko, because I like Panko, but seasoned bread crumbs are equally nummy.
Place on a baking sheet lined with parchment.
Bake at 425 degrees for 5 to 7 minutes
Serve with Marinara sauce or a good chunky salsa. I also like sweet chili sauce or a red pepper jelly.
You’re going whoa, these don’t look like cheese sticks. I have to give you a heads up about this one. I got a phone call, as can happen and instead of toasted rounds, I ended up with crispy flats. They still taste good, but I couldn’t in good conscience not admit my error. This one has sweet chili sauce on it and it was lip smacking good. I still feel like a maroon, but I always make the recipe right before I post it, so what you see is what you get.
* From the Recipe Box:
You can use any bread crumbs. I originally used Italian seasoned bread crumbs and thought they were fabulous until Panko came into my life.
Leave them in the milk for a moment and then immediately roll them in the bread crumbs.
These aren’t going to stay soft for long, but if you have some hang around, they taste great in tomato soup.
and remember what Tom Bodett said: “They say a person needs just three things to be truly happy in this world: someone to love, something to do, and something to hope for.” I hope you get all 3. Big kiss, Lynn