This is a Greek appetizer or rather a meze dish, which is made from grilled or fried cheese. Traditionally the Greeks use hard, aromatic cheeses like Kefalograviera, Mizithra, or Manouri to make this dish; but the more commonly available Feta cheese works beautifully.
Why Try? The cheese, as a result of the frying, gets a crispy crust while the inside becomes soft and runny – giving the dish an “oh, so delicious” texture and flavor.
Foodie Byte: To spice things up a bit, drench the cheese in 1/4 cup Ozu to create a cheese flambé; the fire is then extinguished with lemon juice (we used a striker to light the cheese.)
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