Fried, Gluten-Free Mozzarella Sticks

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Certain types of fried mozzarella sticks are great for people on a gluten-free diet. Make fried, gluten-free mozzarella sticks with help from a longtime baker in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Dorangela Bobet, founder of Two Prince Bakery Theater. Today, we'll be making fried gluten-free mozzarella sticks. These are the ingredients you will need. First you will need three pieces of string cheese, mozzarella and I have cut those in half, one cup gluten-free flour, one cup of gluten-free breadcrumbs which you can either buy already made or make your own, two eggs beaten, one tablespoon of milk. Now we're ready to assemble our mozzarella sticks. I'm going to put the milk into the egg and mix it a little bit to make an egg wash, take out that. We're going to take your string cheese and dredge it in the flour, that helps the egg bind to it and we're going to dip it in the egg and then we're going to dredge it into the breadcrumbs. For this part with the breadcrumbs, you want to really work it in because it's not going to stick very easily even with the egg and the flour for some reason, the way that the string cheese is it doesn't stick very well so you need to kind of dredge it in and work it in a little bit. We've pre-heated our canola oil. You want to put it on medium heat and wait until if you throw like a little crumb in there, it kind of bubbles up a little bit and then you know it's hot enough. So let's start placing these on here, very carefully not to burn yourself. We're going to cook them for a few minutes on each side until they are golden brown and now we're going to turn them. We're going to put them on a paper towel lined plate to let them soak in the grease and to cool for a minute. Here we are, beautifully plated and you can serve these mozzarella cheese sticks with marinara sauce. Enjoy.


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