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|Place of origin||France|
|Creator||Daniel Joseph Hydrick|
|Serving temperature||Mainly with marinara sauce|
|Main ingredients||Mozzarella, batter or breading|
|Cookbook: Mozzarella sticks Media: Mozzarella sticks|
Mozzarella sticks may be served with tomato or marinara sauce, as well as plum sauce, jalapeño jelly, barbecue sauce, honey mustard sauce, and ranch dressing. Cheeses other than mozzarella are also fried, including provolone, Ashdubh, Edam, cheddar, and American.
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PIPEFARCES. Take egg yolks and flour and salt, and a little wine, and beat together strongly, and cheese chopped in thin slices, and then roll the slices of cheese in the batter, and then fry in an iron skillet with oil in it. This can also be made using beef marrow.
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