So, you thought we’ll give up by now. I mean, who wouldn’t after a series of flops? But, we did not stop hoping that maybe, just maybe, one day, we’ll make this one recipe which our jury will like. One recipe to rule them all. And who knows, maybe something with cheese? Yes, for challenge No. 7 we prepared
And here is how it went:
The time required to make cheesy snacks is around 10 minutes! Here is what we need: 1 cup of grated cheese (we used Gauda)
Mix all ingredients together.
As always, at least one of the jury members had to verify the quality of ingredients. In this picture we see Mr. Alphons in inspection.
Roll the mixture into balls and roll the balls in grated cheese.
Serve it 😀
And watch them enjoying their meal 😀
And now, ladies and gentlemen, the moment of truth. How did the jury of five vote? (OK. we all know for Tito by now.) (If you’d like to know more about our jury of five, please see the post with the first recipe, we introduced our jury here ->) Some cats adore cheese, some hate it.
So, here are the votes:
Poofah: “I hate cheese. You should have known that by now.”
“Boules de Fromage! I love it. Next time use the Tilsit cheese please, I like it more than Gauda.”
Myratz: “Cheese?! No, thank you. And do not touch me.”
Tito: “This is one fine snack for the Sunday afternoon.”
Pierre: “No. No. Or maybe … ? No.”
Since each vote of the jury members has the same “weight” we will calculate the average. Total stars given was 11 divided by 5, well, average is 2,2.
The working title of the next recipe is: Turkey with carrot.
Until then, stay well! A big MEOW! from the CatMagg Crew
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