I was thinking as I was eating goldfish recently when I looked at the table of  contents and I see all these things I can't even pronounce and I am very suspicious.  I think what if I could make something similar with just cheese,flour and salt so I got to baking!

Step 1: Ingredients

   The ingredients in these goldfish squares are
                                    1 cup flour
                                    3/4 teaspoon salt
                                     4 oz shredded cheese(I used orange)
                                     Cold water
                                     1/4 cholula hot sauce(or really any kind but sriracha it has no flavor)

                        Food processor 
                         Plastic bag
                        Rolling pin

Step 2: Grind!

Put all ingredients in a bowl but the cold water.  put thing  in the food proccessor and put it on pulse until it's crumbly.

Step 3: Dough!

Take the Crumbly ingredients and squeeze it into a ball and slowly by the teaspoon mix water into it until it is a nice dough like texture  now wrap it  in plastic wrap and put it in the freezer for a half hour. ( 30 minutes )

Step 4: Roll!

Now, take plastic wrap or baking sheets and lay your dough down on it  and get out your rolling pin and roll it out so it is about 1/8 inch up and down.

Step 5: Bake!

Now, take your dough off of the foil and onto a pan that is. Buttered down.

Step 6: Design!

Now it's time to design! you may have a cookie cutter or just a knife and you can cut a design into it. Now put them in he oven until they are crispy on the bottom. And maybe even before that whatever seems right.
What exactly is "orange" cheese?
tri mexican cheese its a mix thats orange.
Did you make them? I'm interested in how they work for others
Awesome! What made you decide to add hot sauce? I never would have guessed to add that.
For some kick! ;)

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