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October 17, 2018

Goats Cheese Fritters – Competition time with Yuppiechef.

Posted on February 27, 2017 by in cheese

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Goats cheese Fritters

Goats Cheese Fritters are just the most addictive things you can imagine.

Goats Cheese Fritters are delicious in a salad, addictive as a starter and perfect as lunchbox fillers. The problem however is that most people think it is quite a cheffie thing to prepare. Or that you need loads of expensive equipment. Well you are so wrong.  You need such basic equipment and Yuppiechef and I have made it so easy for you by doing a step-by-step tutorial for you. Soon, you will be a pro at making Goats Cheese Fritters.

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goats cheese fritters

Goats Cheese Fritters

makes 10 – 12


2 x 100 g Fairview Chevin(any flavor)

250 ml fresh breadcrumbs – use ground almonds for a gluten free option

150 ml flour – skip the flour station if you are using ground almonds

2 eggs – lightly beaten

salt and pepper

oil for frying


First make the goats cheese balls: Remove the goats milk logs from the packaging and in a bowl, use a fork to loosen up the cheese. Use your fingers and make 10-12 small balls ( although crumbly, it comes together like play dough ). Season the flour with salt and pepper and place the flour, eggs and breadcrumbs in 3 separate bowls.  Dip the cheese balls in the flour, then egg, then flour again, then egg again and lastly breadcrumbs. This gives you a thicker crumb coating and the cheese will not ooze out when frying.

Heat the oil in a small pot and fry the cheese balls in small batches. It takes about 40 seconds a side, so make sure your oil is hot and keep your eye on it. If it stays in the oil for too long, it will melt and ooze out. When golden brown remove the goats cheese with a slotted spoon and drain excess oil on kitchen toweling.

For a step-by-step guide on how to make the fritters, click here!

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