Cheese (feta) with sesame seeds and sour cherries

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Cheese (feta) with sesame seeds and sour cherries

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Ingredients

500 g of feta hard, sliced
3 eggs Beaten
3 tbsp flour
150 g Sesame seeds
50 g of Black sesame seeds
FOR frying
olive oil
FOR FINISHING
Sweet sour cherries
  • Medium

Ingredients

  • FOR frying

  • FOR FINISHING

Directions

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Cheese (feta) with sesame seeds and sour cherries
Authentic Greek taste creation

Feta cheese is the flagship of Greek cheese making and its delicious creations many. After all, feta is the star of the Greek table and is the necessary supplement for our lunch or dinner.

I really like the feta saganaki either when it is breaded with sesame and nuts or when it is hidden in a sheet.

The cherry from Vardousia is very special and the version to include the feta with it gives an absolute harmony.

Now, if you don’t like sour cherries, you can choose any jam or dessert you prefer and of course let’s not forget the honey that gives an extra sweetness to the feta.

I liked the sour cherry version for this sour-sweet taste.

The choice is yours.

Cheese (feta) with sesame seeds and sour cherries

From the restaurant Molos, Itea Fokida

Steps

1
Done

Put the two sesame seeds in a bowl and mix them.

2
Done

Put them on a plate.

3
Done

"Pass" the pieces of feta through the flour to keep it dry.

4
Done

In a bowl with the whisk, beat the eggs and dip the cheese on both sides.

5
Done

Finally, pass the slices of cheese from the plate with the sesame seeds and turn on both sides to pan well.

6
Done
20 minutes

To make the cheese stand better, put it on a plate that you have spread with baking paper, cover it, and put it in the freezer for 20 minutes.

7
Done

In a deep frying pan, put the olive oil over medium to high heat and fry, turning on both sides until the crust is golden brown.

8
Done

Take the cheese out on a plate with absorbent paper and serve it by pouring the sweet sour cherry over it.

Sissy N.

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