Betty’s Super Bowl Mozzarella Sticks


In this video, Betty demonstrates how to make Super Bowl Mozzarella Sticks. These are sticks of mozzarella cheese that are coated in seasoned crumbs and deep-fried until the coating is browned and the cheese is just beginning to melt. Ingredients (for 16 mozzarella sticks): 8-oz. package mozzarella cheese, cut into 16 equally-sized sticks 1/3 cup all-purpose flour 1/8 cup cornstarch 1 egg, well beaten 1/8 cup water ¾ cup Italian breadcrumbs ¼ teaspoon garlic salt peanut oil for frying In a shallow dish, mix 1/3 cup flour with 1/8 cup cornstarch, and set aside. In a small mixing bowl, beat 1 egg, add 1/8 cup water, and set aside. In a shallow dish, mix ¾ cup Italian breadcrumbs with ¼ teaspoon garlic salt, and set aside. Coat each mozzarella stick, one at a time, by dipping it into the flour mixture, then the egg mixture, and then the breadcrumb mixture. Place on a plate and refrigerate for at least a half-hour. Heat about 1-inch of peanut oil in a heavy pot over medium heat until it reaches 330 to 350 degrees (F). Use tongs to dip coated, chilled mozzarella sticks into the hot oil. Fry until golden brown, about 20 to 30 seconds. Remove immediately from hot oil and drain on a wire rack. When all of the mozzarella sticks are done, transfer them from the wire rack to a nice serving plate, and serve with a dip of your choice. Hot Wing Sauce, Ranch Dressing, Blue Cheese Dressing, or ketchup are all good dips to use with Super Bowl Mozzarella Sticks. Enjoy! –Betty 

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    25 Responses to “Betty’s Super Bowl Mozzarella Sticks”

    1. bettyskitchen says:

      @mybungholehurts yes, that would be nice.
      –Betty 🙂

    2. mybungholehurts says:

      can i use japanese Panko bread crumbs instead? its crunchier wen fried

    3. mybungholehurts says:

      can i use japanese bread crumbs instead? its crunchier when fried

    4. holasoyorlando says:

      Thank you, Betty. Just Subscribed

    5. KBAFourthtime says:

      I tried this out, but although the sticks turned out good, it was not at all a good job, because with a deep-fryer, it made a mess inside. You know, the machine that comes with a frying basket for draining oil out. I promise never to fry anything meltable in that machine again. In fact, I’ll only use it for fried potatoes.

    6. KBAFourthtime says:

      How many slices of sandwich bread will make 3/4 cup crumbs?

    7. bettyskitchen says:

      @KBAFourthtime Yes.
      –Betty 🙂

    8. RantzinmyPantz says:

      try “pizza” mozzarella

    9. RantzinmyPantz says:

      @keishabharath ……or if you freeze them, that might work…..

    10. RantzinmyPantz says:

      @keishabharath oven baking htem can be difficult as the batter doesn’t form quickly enough to hold in cheese, however, you can be really careful and deep-fry or pan fry them just for a few seconds and then bake, this will absorb less oil, but they aren’t all that oily anyway, if done right steam will stop oil from pentrating too much, GL

    11. KBAFourthtime says:

      My dad bought me a new deep fryer, since he doesn’t want me frying stuff on the stove anymore.

    12. KBAFourthtime says:

      @bettyskitchen Oh, and, is it a good idea to cover the sticks when refrigerating?

    13. bettyskitchen says:

      @KBAFourthtime Yes.
      –Betty 🙂

    14. KBAFourthtime says:

      @bettyskitchen That isn’t what I meant. I meant, isn’t it true that the equivalent to 1/8 cup is 2 tablespoons?

    15. bettyskitchen says:

      @KBAFourthtime you may use less, if you want.
      –Betty 🙂

    16. bettyskitchen says:

      @KBAFourthtime It will be tricky keeping these warm. You might heat your oven to a low heat and then turn it off and leave these for a limited amount of time–but I would certainly check on them occasionally.
      –Betty 🙂

    17. KBAFourthtime says:

      Is there a way of keeping them warm if they can’t be served immediately, like keeping in a warm oven?

    18. KBAFourthtime says:

      Was that worth 2 TBSP of cornstarch?

    19. bettyskitchen says:

      @vidgirl4444 It is hot wing sauce. You will find a recipe for it in bettyskitchen.
      –Betty 🙂

    20. vidgirl4444 says:

      mmm looks yummy. whats the sauce you used?

    21. bilge4eva says:

      Those look so delish!

    22. Neecie7 says:

      Yeah lol i think ‘burnt cheese’ is good too

    23. dearchelle09 says:

      My daughter & I made these & they were really good! I think next time I’ll bake them tho because I felt so guilty after eating them. ; )

    24. jedoinks says:

      omg… This recipe… i tried it when my friends came to watch a movie… and it tasted heavenly! The first 4 sticks i made was not good cuz the cheese went out of the crust while i was frying… but the rest were fine. Thx so much Betty! ♥♥♥

    25. Jazzhansolo says:

      Try ‘sgetti’ sauce with a little sriracha sauce mixed in, if anyone isn’t familiar with sriracha sauce….try it! It’s great….in the asian section of the grocery store, enjoy.