How to Cook Mozzarella Cheese Stick | Perfect Pang-Negosyo!

Here’s an idea for a negosyo recipe: Mozzarella Cheese Sticks. I know that it’s not the most typical food item when thinking of something for negosyo but I think it’s one of the best recipes out there. It’s not a Filipino dish, rather Mozzarella Cheese Stick is French in origin but it’s become something of a sleeper hit among restaurant goers.

Mozzarella Cheese Stick is basically just a stick of cheese coated with breadcrumbs then deep fried into a golden brown color. It’s the perfect appetizer and only needs half an hour to prepare. I got my first taste of these cheese sticks at a local restaurant when I was eating out with some of my friends. It was a huge hit for us.

Also, I imagine that this will also be a huge hit for tons of different age groups. This makes it a great finger food for large gatherings, celebrations, and even just as a snack. I already made this recipe once before and ate it with my friends during a movie marathon and again for a gaming session. And these cheese sticks can even be a pulutan or drinking food. There are no shortage of scenarios where this recipe can’t be served.

So it will be extremely easy to sell these Mozzarella Cheese Sticks by the dozens for one order. I imagine that you can easily prepare this for delivery when an order for a box of a dozen cheese sticks comes in because the preparation time won’t be a problem.

Just create a half a day’s worth of breadcrumbs coated cheese sticks, put that in the fridge, and when an order comes through, all that’s left to do is to fry it and pack for delivery. Easy peasy.

The ingredients are also fairly easy to find in the supermarket or grocery store. Mozzarella can often be expensive, sure, but you can use any type of cheese that you want, not just Mozzarella. In the package, you can also include a serving of dip made up of mixture of mayonnaise and hot sauce (or ketchup if the customer doesn’t like it spicy).


Just like always, we’re also going to explore the history where this recipe came from. Cheese Sticks have origins back in France, like mentioned above. The oldest record of this recipe was in a Medieval French cookbook dating back to 1393 called Le Ménagier de Paris. The recipe in that Medieval French cookbook doesn’t use Mozzarella, however. Instead their breaded cheese stick uses Muenster Cheese and is called a Pipefarce.

Mozzarella was actually invented a couple centuries later, at the very least. The oldest record found of this Italian cheese was in another cookbook in 1570 by famous Renaissance Chef Bartolomeo Scappi.

Mozzarella cheese was a popular food product in 12th century Italy. Today, it’s the most popular cheese to use on pizza and has several distinct varieties. These varieties of mozzarella cheese are based on which animal produced the milk the cheese is made from. This includes buffalo’s milk, cow’s milk, goat’s milk, and sheep’s milk. 

With history going back centuries ago, you may be surprised to learn that the popularity of Mozzarella Cheese Stick didn’t come about until the 1970s. That’s right, this delicious food item first came to popularity in the United States a decade after pizza joints exploded into the American food culture. 

A new invention called the deep fryer also came along and with innovative cooks experimenting to invent new food items at that time, the Mozzarella Cheese Stick was eventually introduced to the food world.

This Mozzarella Cheese Stick Recipe will be a delicious addition to your plate or something that you can make a business out of for extra cash. It’s incredibly simple to make and is a sure hit to you, family, and customers.

The ingredients and the step by step instructions on how to prepare and cook this mozzarella cheese stick recipe are listed down below. We also made a fun video demonstrating the entire process as a guide for those who prefer more visual instructions. Enjoy!

How to Cook Mozzarella Cheese Stick | Perfect Pang-Negosyo!
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Serves: 6 to 8 persons
  • Mozzarella Cheese( Batonnet Cut)
  • 3 eggs Beaten
  • 1 cup bread crumbs
  • ¼ cup flour
  • Oil for frying
  1. Cut the cheese into batonnet and set aside.
  2. Dredge the cheese into flour first, then dip into beaten egg, then dip into bread crumbs, then dip again into beaten egg, and lastly dip into bread crumbs. Repeat to all the cheese. Tips: Use your left hand for dry and right hand for wet/ egg. Set aside.
  3. Dip fry into heated oil in a pan until golden brown. Then drained the excess oil.
  4. Serve with spicy mayo ketchup. Enjoy

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