Goat Cheese Salty Fingers / Slani prstići sa kozjim sirom

I admit, I initially intended to make these taste more like pizza. However, strong goat cheese that I’ve used simply overpowered the other flavors. These turned out super delicious anyway and awesome for snacking. If you’re not a fan of strong cheeses, though, definitely pick a more tame option for overall milder flavor.

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INGREDIENTS:

(Yields about 20 fingers / 0.07 EUR per finger / 1.37 EUR for all)

For the dough:

1 and ½ cup all-purpose flour (0.10 EUR)

1 and ½ cup whole wheat flour (0.15 EUR)

1 tsp salt (0.01 EUR)

1 cup pork lard (0.20 EUR)

¼ cup cold water (–)

For the filling:

½ cup tomato puree (0.13 EUR)

1 tsp oregano (0.07 EUR)

½ tsp freshly ground black pepper (0.03 EUR)

½ cup shredded hard goat’s cheese (0.33 EUR)

Optional – for the topping:

1 egg (0.20 EUR)

4 tbsp sesame seeds (0.13 EUR)

Pinch of salt (0.01 EUR)

Additional:

Flour for sprinkling (0.01 EUR)

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METHOD:

Make the dough by whisking together both flours and salt. Add in lard and a few tablespoons of cold water. Mix and keep adding water until you are able to form shabby dough. Flatten the dough into disk, tightly wrap into cling foil and refrigerate for at least 30 minutes.

When ready to bake, preheat the oven to 180°C and line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Roll the dough out on well-floured surface into a square. Spread tomato puree on top, then sprinkle with oregano, black pepper and shredded cheese. Fold the dough over in half to cover the filling, then cut into finger-sized strips. Brush each strip with whisked egg, then generously sprinkle with sesame seeds and a bit of salt. Flip the fingers over and repeat the sesame treatment on the other side as well.

Spread the fingers on prepared baking sheet and bake for 25-30 minutes, until crispy and golden-brown. Serve warm or at room temperature.

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Priznajem da mi je inicijalna namjera bila da ovi snack prstići imaju više šmek po pizzi. Međutim, jaki kozji sir koji sam upotrijebila jednostavno je prevagnuo i zakamuflirao ostale arome. Neovisno o tome, meni su prstići bili i dalje super i ukusni. Ali ako niste ljubitelj jakog sira, upotrijebite neki sa pitomijom aromom za uravnoteženiji i blaži okus.

SASTOJCI:

(Za oko 20 prstića / 0,51 kn po prstiću / 10,27 kn za sve)

Za tijesto:

1 i ½ šalica glatkog brašna (0,75 kn)

1 i ½ šalica integralnog brašna (1,15 kn)

1 žličica soli (0,01 kn)

1 šalica svinjske masti (1,50 kn)

¼ šalice hladne vode (–)

Za nadjev:

½ šalice pasirane rajčice (1,00 kn)

1 žličica origana (0,50 kn)

½ žličice svježe mljevenog crnog papra (0,25 kn)

½ šalice ribanog tvrdog kozjeg sira (2,50 kn)

Po želji za posipanje:

1 jaje (1,50 kn)

4 žlice sezama (1,00 kn)

Prstohvat soli (0,01 kn)

Dodatno:

Brašno za posipanje (0,10 kn)

PRIPREMA:

Tijesto pripremite tako da u zdjeli prvo pomiješate oba brašna i sol. Dodajte mast i par žlica hladne vode. Miješajte i malo pomalo dodajte vodu sve dok vam se ne oformi labavo tijesto. Tijesto spljoštite u disk, čvrsto umotajte u prijanjajuću foliju i stavite u hladnjak na barem pola sata.

Kada ste spremni za pečenje, zagrijte pećnicu na 180°C. Protvan obložite papirom za pečenje. Tijesto razvaljajte na dobro pobrašnjenoj radnoj plohi u četverokut. Premažite tijesto pasiranom rajčicom, pa posipajte origanom, paprom i ribanim sirom. Preklopite tijesto na pola i režite u trakice veličine prsta. Svaku trakicu premažite razmućenim jajetom, pa obilno posipajte sezamom i malo posolite. Preokrenite i ponovite postupak i sa druge strane.

Prstiće raširite po pripremljenom protvanu i pecite 25-30 minuta, dok ne budu hrskavi i zlatno-smeđi. Poslužite tople ili na sobnoj temperaturi.

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Goat Cheese Salty Fingers / Slani prstići sa kozjim sirom

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