Cheese Baked - II type

Ingredients
300 g cheese
100 g feta cheese
4 eggs
2 cup yogurt
120 g of flour (about 1 cup incomplete)
butter and sunflower oil for greasing the pan
Cheese Baked - II type
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Method
Cheese of large-scale grate grater. The feta cheese is comminuted and added to the cheese. Was added, and the flour and gently mixed. In a bowl, whisk the eggs and yogurt. Then the two mixtures were combined and gently stirred until a nice homogeneous. Tray is coated first with butter, then with sunflower oil and put to heat in the oven (this is optional), and then it is poured into the mixture. Bake 20-30 minutes in preheated moderate oven at 160-170C degrees - until golden. * Optional you can add spices to your taste in the mix - savory, pepper and others. You can decorate the top before baking dish with thinly sliced ​​tomatoes circles. To make this thick dishes it less, but a deeper pan. * Preset products are for 4 servings.
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Difficulty
Easy
Tested
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Author
mamcheto61
26 Jan 2014

Comments

interesting recipe, I love cheese and cheese will necessarily her try!

Try it and you will not regret, and other cheese can be added, I usually do with it as clean up the fridge and I put blue cheese in neya..byah left it this recipe many years I had not rules, but I have it from 25 years ago in his notebook, making it much at the time because my son did not eat any dairy products and I still rummaging and looking recipes with which to conceal cheese and cheese to be able to handle somehow natural calcium to it cram with pills ..

Such baked cheese ate New Year and very much liked. Only to do with diet and dress it. Thanks for the recipe.

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at home like it a lot!

I am very glad that he liked the recipe ..

Thanks to all who voted for my recipe.

Great recipe! I made her about Saturday lunch - became great!

Mariyanche, thanks! :) We really liked it! ;)

We really like it! It is very tasty! Thanks from me! :)

interesting recipe, thanks!