|Alternative names||Kastengel, kue keju|
|Place of origin||Netherlands and Indonesia|
|Main ingredients||Flour, maizena, baking powder, egg yolks, butter or margarine, salt, sugar, cheddar cheese|
Kaasstengels (// (
Kaastengels on the other hand, refer to Dutch hapjes (snacks) of "cheese-fingers", derived from Dutch kaas (cheese) and tengels (fingers). It is a small spring roll or loempia-like crepe of the size of a finger, filled with gouda or edam cheese, which have been deep fried and served with a small bowl of a spicy chili sauce. Nutritional yeast can be used as a substitute for cheese to make it suitable for a vegan diet.
Ingredients and baking method
The cookie's dough is made of the fine mixture of butter (or margarine), egg yolks, with addition of grated matured cheese, then mix it together with flour, cornstarch and baking powder. The dough is rolled into small rectangles about 1×3 cm. Preheat the oven to 180 °C, then the cheese cookie rectangles are placed onto greased trays. Each one is brush with egg yolk and sprinkled with grated cheddar. The kaasstengels are baked until done about 15 minutes.
- "Kaastengels, kaasstengels & the dutch love for snacks". Me Utrecht Barcelona.
- "Kaastengels (Cheese Shortbread)". Food.com.
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