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Mozzarella Sticks

Mozzarella sticks are one of my family's favorite things.  I was so excited to find this recipe over at Taste of Home.  It was amazing how quick these came together for a delicious treat!! 
Mozzarella Sticks
adapted from Taste of Home
string cheese, cut in half
wonton wrappers
oil for deep frying
marinara or spaghetti sauce
Place a piece of cheese near the middle of a wonton wrapper (keep remaining wrappers covered with a damp paper towel until ready to use.)
Roll bottom corner over the cheese.
Fold sides towards center over cheese.
Moisten the remaining corner with water and roll up tightly to seal.
Repeat with the desired amount.
Heat about an inch of oil (more or less) to 375 degrees.
Fry sticks a few at a time.
Cooke for 30-60 seconds or until golden brown.
Drain and place on a paper towel.
Serve with marinara, spaghetti sauce or our favorite ranch!
**If you want to use a full cheese stick substitute egg roll wrappers. 


  1. OH. MY. GOSH!!!!! These look heavenly! I love deep fried cheese. How could someone not??? I'm absolutely going to make these! Thanks soooo much for the recipe!!!

  2. OH how easy those look! Not to mention delicious! Thanks for sharing :)

  3. Such an easy way to make these! Thanks so much for sharing!

  4. How I love these low cal recipes!!! Oh yea this looks great, my friend always says "calories don't count during football season!" I'd love to have some aprons made up with that saying:@)

  5. Tiffanee!!!! - oh my, how fun! These mozz sticks look so yummy!

  6. Mozzerella sticks! WOW, these are so my favorite!! I can't believe how easy these are and how delicious they look. Yum!

  7. These look delicious! I had no idea how to make these at home. Thanks...I will have to try these.

  8. My family will be so happy I found this recipe! Mozzarella sticks are their favorite. I can hardly wait to try it.

  9. You're not going to believe this but I've had mozzarella cheese about twice in my life and both times was out at a restaurant somewhere. But I've always wanted to use those wonton wrappers I see at the store, but never could figure out what to use them on or for. Thanks for this recipe because now I know what I'm having as part of my Sunday brunch. The cheese sticks look absolutely delicious!

  10. Oh my goodness my dear those would be fab, I think I may eat more than my fair share :)

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  12. These look so easy to make I fell in love with them the minute I saw them.

  13. This is how I make them too. Great minds!!!!

    Lots of yummy love,
    Alex aka Ma What's For Dinner

  14. WOW these look amazing, and so easy!

    My sisters and I just started our first themed blog hop over at every Sunday!. This weeks theme is appetizers. We would love for you to come over and share these or any of your favorite appetizer recipes with our blog readers. Have a great weekend.



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