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Käsestange

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Käsestange, literally translated as "cheese stick", is a common appetizer in Munich, which is a cheese dish made of puffy pastry with layers of grated Parmesan cheese and paprika rolled in. The dough is cut into strips and twisted in corkscrew-like forms, the pieces being sprinkled with freshly grated cheese and baked in the oven; there are several variants in which the filling or sprinkling is replaced with other ingredients, like for instance poppy, sesame or caraway seeds. This cheese snack is good to be eaten as a course starter or it can be used as a side dish, traditionally going well with soups.

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References

Käsestange, de.wikipedia.org

Cheese Sticks, www.bestrecipes.com.au

Cheese Sticks (Käsestange), illgsmeats.com