Biscuits made with cheese and chives

Biscuits made with cheese and chives
Biscuits made with cheese and chives
Ingredients:
250 g cake flour
1 x black pepper sauce
55 g cheddar cheese, grated
15 ml fresh chives, finely chopped
125 ml olive oil
1 egg yolk
80 ml water

Method:
Biscuits made with cheese and chives:  Preheat oven to 170°C.
In a bowl mix together the cake flour, black pepper sauce cheddar cheese and chives.
In a separate bowl whisk together the oil, egg yolk and water.
Add the oil mixture to the flour mixture and stir until well combined.

Turn the dough out onto a lightly floured surface and knead until smooth.
Divide the dough into two portions, wrap in plastic wrap and allow to rest in the fridge overnight.

Roll the dough out on a lightly floured surface until about 5 mm thick then and cut out biscuits using a 5 cm round cutter.Place the biscuits on a greased baking tray and bake for 20 minutes until lightly golden brown.

Remove from baking tray, allow to cool completely then serve on a cheese board with an assortment of
cheeses and dried fruits.
Calories in cheese and chives biscuits = 85 calories per biscuit
Estimated average requirements – Daily calorie intake.
First of all: How many calories are needed each day can vary greatly, depending on and due to your lifestyle and other factors. Therefore, factors that affect your personal daily calorie needs include your age.

Hence, also your height and weight. In addition, your basic level of daily activity and your body composition.
Finally : Estimated average requirements are:
A daily calorie intake of 1940 calories per day for women, and 2550 for men are needed.

Tips:
What makes whole grains so good.
A whole grain is a plant seed with three layers. When it is refined, the outside and the inside are stripped away, along with most of the nutrients and fiber. The starchy middle remains, and you get white rice or white flour.
Also lighter breads, pastries, and pastas. Enriching, adds back some nutrients, but you get more overall nutrition when you eat the grain whole.

Whole grains help keep you strong.
Fiber is not the whole story when it comes to whole grains.
They also have other nutrients, including B vitamins, which give you energy.
They are rich in folate, which help build red blood vessels.

Whole grains are packed with minerals like magnesium and selenium, which help your body make bone and strengthen your immune system.
Whole grains also have natural plant nutrients that can fight disease.
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 Biscuits made with cheese and chives

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