Cauliflower & Feta Fritters

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Here is a new combination of flavors that you and your family might enjoy. Try these cauliflower & feta fritters and see if they are the snack or dinner side for you.Feta cheese can be made from goat, sheep, or cow’s milk. Their flavors are somewhat different from each other, although you can use any of them interchangeably. Feta cheese is characterized by a solid and dense texture that crumbles easily. The crumbly texture results when the curds are pressed together to make the cheese. It is also quite salty, and the texture can be made more dense, or softened, by the amount of salt in the cheese. It is often considered to be a middle-Eastern cheese, and is served with olives, hummus and bread rounds.

Fritters can be found almost anywhere and are prepared in a wide variety of ways and with all kinds of ingredients. They can be sweet or savory and some come with dips or sauces that you can slather on. Fritters are generally fried, though, and usually imply some kind of bread in the making. Here, the cauliflower is pre-cooked and then blended with the feta to create a dense blend that is then fried. The recipe is straightforward with lots of photos and easy to follow instructions that will help you through. The uniqueness of this recipe will surprise and please your family and friends. It could be a great appetizer or part of a main course.

The dish looks fantastic, and includes some interesting variations, particularly with the uses of herbs and spices. This dish would make a great lunch paired with an oil and vinegar green salad or as part of dinner served with meat, bread and other greens.The website creator, Michelle, shares her weight loss story on this site. It is a moving and poignant tale of nearly 100 pounds lost over several years. You will love the funny stories and many photos that make this site unique. Why not visit right now?Find out how to make this recipe and many others at the website, Hungry For Balance, by following the link below.

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