Hard Cheese

Introduction: Hard Cheese

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Yum, it becomes a nice hard treat.

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Step 1:

You'll need the following:

Cheese
Plate
Microwave

Step 2:

Put the cheese on the plate.

Step 3:

Now put the cheese in the microwave.

Step 4:

Let it sizzle in the microwave till the oil in the cheese is boiling a little. Then check on it, till it's got lots of bubble in it. Take it out, leave it for a minute or two. 

Step 5:

Now your done.

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    3 Discussions

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    ironsmiter
    ironsmiter

    7 years ago on Introduction

    Saganaki!

    If you do it safely, and in a cast iron pan... after it gets a bit melty, add a dash of brandy, and flame on!
    Chicago style flaming cheese!
    Squeeze a halved lemon over it once the flames die down a little.
    This adds flavor, and puts out the remaining flames.

    Just like with wine, if you wouldn't drink it, don't cook with it.


    Cheery Cheese Consumption.

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    AshleighLm
    AshleighLm

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Wow, yum. Brandy, I won't add. That sounds real cool, is that in theory? Or have you done it?

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    ironsmiter
    ironsmiter

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    I have done it a number of times... also, many of the Greek owned restaurants in the Chicago area have this on the menu(and it is very very tasty).
    I actually prefer a nice goat feta cheese, but just about any cheese that will melt is good.

    If you didn't want to use brandy... just about any higher proof booze should work.
    all the "proof" burns off, so it's even kiddie safe, once the flames are put out.