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Modern Cheese Balls

Modern Cheese Balls
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  1. Grind the peas in a food processor or crush them in a resealable plastic bag. Spread the crumbs on a plate. Repeat these steps for the granola, then the gingersnaps. Combine the Parmesan and fennel on another plate.
  2. Shape the cheese into balls, working with about 1 rounded tablespoon at a time. Roll the balls in the coatings.
December, 2005

Nutritional Information

  • Per Serving
  • Calories 156.87Calories From Fat 64%
  • Calcium 85.55mg
  • Carbohydrate 4.35g
  • Cholesterol 21.75mg
  • Fat 11.09g
  • Fiber 0.63g
  • Iron 1.2mg
  • Protein 9.99mg
  • Sodium 210.53mg
What does this mean? See Nutrition 101 .

Quick Tip

Roll the cheese into balls and refrigerate them, uncoated, for up to 24 hours. Roll the balls in the coatings no more than 1 hour before the party.

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