Ham and cheese rolls with a lot of imagination

Ham and cheese rolls with a lot of imagination

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There are many ways to prepare a snack or dinner for children. In addition, there are very practical and comfortable recipes that can be prepared by themselves, as long as they have the supervision of an adult.

On this occasion we suggest a recipe that is very easy to prepare and that will also fill children's eyes and leave their mouths watering. It is a recipe made with ingredients that are highly suggestive to children such as sliced ​​bread, ham, cheese and some other little things. If you don't know what to make for the kids' dinner or snack, or even their birthday party, this is the perfect recipe.

  • 8 slices of sliced ​​bread (white or whole wheat)
  • 8 slices of York ham
  • 8 slices of cheese for sandwiches or mozzarella
  • 3 eggs
  • Bread flour
  • Wheat flour
  • Oil for frying

Tips: It takes about 15 minutes.

1- The first thing to do is remove the crust from the slices of bread.

2- With the help of a kitchen rolling pin, knead each slice as long as they are very thin, always being careful not to break it.

3- On each slice arrange a slice of cheese and another of ham. Crush with the rolling pin so that the filling adheres well to the bread.

4- Close the roll.

5- Pass each roll first through the wheat flour, then through the beaten egg, and then through the breadcrumbs.

6- Fry in plenty of oil.

7- Arrange the rolls on absorbent paper to get rid of excess oil.

8- Serve the rolls when they are still hot.

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  1. Vular

    Sorry, but I need something completely different. Who else can suggest?

  2. Nik

    Interestingly, I didn't even think about it ...

  3. Beowulf

    What does it mean?

  4. Kratos

    the interesting variant

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