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Time: 15 – 20 min

Servings: 4

2 Eggs 2
½ c Flour 63 g
1 tsp Salt 1 tsp
1 pinch Pepper 1 pinch
¼ - ½ c Water 60 – 120 ml
4 Tbs Oil 4 Tbs
8 oz CaƟcaval 250 g

1. In a small bowl, break the eggs and beat them lightly.
2. Add the flour, salt, and pepper. Beat well.
3. Stir in enough water to make the mixture thin, but not too runny. It should be about the consistency of pancake batter.
4. In a small frying pan, heat the oil over a medium flame.
5. In the meantime, remove any skin or wax from the outside of your cheese.
6. Cut the cheese into ¾ inch slices or ‘fingers.’ Dip each slice into the batter, coating it completely.
7. Heat a skillet and add oil. Fry the battered cheese in hot oil (over a high or medium high flame) on both sides until lightly brown. Serve hot.

Notes: A very common Romanian appetizer, try serving this up with Thousand Island* or Ranch Wanna-Be**.

References: *See the Thousand Island Dressing recipe. **See the Ranch Wanna-Be recipe.

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