Yield: Yields 24
Servings: 8 to 10
These delicate cheese crisps are a perfect pre-dinner nibble, ideally with a glass of something sparkling. You’ll need a lot of cheese to make them—grinding it in a food processor is a great time-saver.
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The frico will keep in an airtight container for up to 5 days.
Made this twice for a large cheese and wine party....disappears quickly and someone always asks for the recipe!
I made a test batch using walnuts, and loved that I really didn't even need a recipe once I had these instructions. They are very, very good, and I'll probably make them for New Year. And definitely during the football playoffs - GO 'HAWKS!
Addicting! I served these with a roasted swt potato, pumpkin soup and loved how the salty crunchiness of the Fricos offset the sweetness of the soup.
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