Tasty Bites with Homemade Anari/Ricotta Cheese (Gluten Free)

In my previous post I described how you can make the cheese.  Well, in this one you can find a delicious, light snack, very easy to make and gluten free!!

Although there is a list of ingredients in the recipe, the two main ingredients you need to have at home are Ricotta or Anari Cheese and eggs.  All the rest are herbs and spices.  You can omit the spices and herbs you don't like or add a few more...  Either way I am sure you will love every single bite of them!
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Tasty Bites with Homemade Anari/Ricotta Cheese (Gluten Free)
Makes 26

Ingredients
630gr Homemade Anari or Ricotta Cheese
¼ tsp ground cumin
¼ tsp ground nutmeg
¼ tsp anise seeds
¼ tsp curry powder (mild)
¼ tsp fennel seeds
½ tsp sweet paprika
1 tsp dry thyme
1 tsp dry oregano
1 tsp ground mint
Salt
Pepper
2 medium eggs
½ cup sesame seeds

Preparation Method
1) In a large bowl mix all ingredients but the sesame seeds.
2) Form into balls and roll them in sesame seeds until well covered.
3) Cook in a preheated oven for 20’ minutes at 390ºF (200ºC), or until golden brown.
4) Allow to cool for 10’ minutes before you serve them.

Comments

  1. What a gorgeous snack! I love the way you've displayed these :)

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  2. Wonderful snacks!
    I haven't had the chance to make the cheese yet (we have a big holiday coming - Passover....) but once I make the cheese, the next thing will be these snacks.
    I love cheese-snacks anyhow!! Very much so

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  3. At first I thought this were sweet rice, but ricotto? WOW! Sounds delicious and you make it look mouthwatering with those gorgeous photos!

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  4. Woah, best snack ever! I could definitely eat a bunch of these little beauties! :)

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  5. These look delicious. I made something similar "anthotyro bites" a couple of years ago but since I did not add eggs I did not bake mine.

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  6. Yummy snacks! Looks tasty & love the way you've presented them so elegantly! :)

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  7. I just had a sesame-seed snack today, but it wasn't as good as this looks. I love the way you displayed the preparation method in pictures--and in such a compact way. I've been trying to perfect that technique but haven't mastered it yet. Big Kudos!

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  8. Yummy cuties... :) And what a beautiful picture with leaves. I used to make my own farmers cheese that is very similar to Anari, and your posts inspired me to start doing it again.
    Thanks for commenting on my blog.:)

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  9. Hi Efty, your snack look so delicious and tempting. Cute presentation.

    Have a nice day.

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  10. Gorgeous clicks and I love your idea. These would make for a great snack.

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  11. lovely post! i love those cheese balls!

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  12. these are such an awesome snack! great post!!

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  13. These little bites look delicious, great snack idea!

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  14. Those look so good--what a great appetizer! The spice combination is very intriguing.

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  15. How unusual!! Have a nice day, Eftychia, in your part of the world. :)

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  16. These are so cool! Love this idea.

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  17. These sound really wonderful - I love the combination of spices, definitely right up my alley :)

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  18. What an interesting recipe! Thanks for sharing!

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  19. These are awesome!!!!i really love this idea....!!!

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  20. I love the combination!!!!i just think that is is a great idea because it reflect clearly the creativity that you have,and also how you think and developed psychologically your ideas!!!good job!!!

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  21. There so cute looking! They would make a perfect snack!!!

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  22. what you have mad here looks great. Herbs and other natural remedies are increasingly called upon as important additionsm to help restore emotional and psychological balance in people who have problems in these areas. Some of them you have used in this recipe, like cumin, curry, and fennel. You should check out http://www.herbaltherapypillows.com/herbal_blends.php, this website give insight to the benefits of some herbs and spices.
    Alexis pache (psy 240)

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