|Material ( 3-4 servings )|
|Grated cheese||35g (1.23oz)|
|Panque mix||100g (3.53oz)|
Grated cheese that enhances the taste of pasta and salads made at home. But after using it a few times, it's forgotten in the fridge ... isn't it? Introducing "Cheese Biscotti," a handy confectionery that can consume plenty of grated cheese.
Biscotti is a cookie-like baked confectionery with a firm texture. It is common to add dried fruits and chocolate to make it sweet, but if you add grated cheese to make it salty, it will be a dish that goes well with sake. Here, I will introduce the recipe that I arranged as easily as possible.
Ingredients: egg (1 piece) / grated cheese (35g (1.23oz)) / panque mix (100g (3.53oz)) / walnut (40g (1.41oz))
How to make:
1. Bake the walnuts in the air (about 5 minutes in an oven at 160 degrees) and crush them roughly.
2. Add grated cheese, panque mix and walnuts to the melted egg in that order and mix.
* After mixing with a rubber spatula, knead lightly by hand to combine the dough.
3. When the dough is put together, arrange it in a kamaboko shape of about 10 x 20 x 1 cm on a top plate with an oven sheet.
4. Bake in an oven warmed to 170 degrees for 20 minutes and then remove.
5. After slicing to a thickness of about 1 cm, place them on the top plate with the cross section facing up.
6. Bake both sides in a 160 degree oven for 10 minutes each.
It has a light texture like rusks and the saltiness and aroma of cheese, which makes it delicious to continue eating. You can enjoy a different flavor by adding a small amount of butter or olive oil, or adding almonds instead of walnuts. Biscotti will last for a long time, so why not make a generous amount and use it for snacks and light meals?