If you’re a true Vanderpump Rules fan, you’ve likely fantasized about their famous fried goat cheese balls served at SUR. These addictive and cheesy treats have left viewers wondering what the hype is all about. Well, wonder no more! Today, we bring you a delectable recipe inspired by these Vanderpump classics. Whether you’re a Bravoholic or following a gluten-free diet, these fried goat cheese balls are sure to be a hit.
Craving the Infamous Vanderpump Goat Cheese Balls
Let’s face it, the Vanderpump goat cheese balls are irresistible. Their crispy exterior and gooey cheese center have left fans craving for more. Imagine the pleasure of biting into a flavorful, fried cheese ball. You can’t help but wonder why Stassi couldn’t resist them, even after leaving SUR. As a gluten-free individual, I haven’t had the chance to try the original version. However, friends who have sampled both confirm that this recipe perfectly captures the essence of SUR’s goat cheese balls. Some have even claimed that they’re better than the original! Don’t worry, Lisa, your secret is safe with us.
A Recipe for the Vanderpump Reunion
With the Vanderpump Rules reunion approaching, Scandoval edition, it’s the perfect time to indulge in a proper goat cheese ball recipe while we dissect the timeline of events. When did it all begin? When did Schwartz finally come to terms with the situation? How long has this been happening? Let’s dive into the recipe.
For the reunion festivities, I have prepared a variety of recipes to enjoy throughout the three-part event. We’ll start with Sandoval, the Cocktail—a lighter twist on the classic Long Island Iced Tea. Next up, we have the Chicken + Waffle Cocktail to celebrate our “frenemy” Schwartz. And for pasta lovers, we have the Gluten-Free Crispy Artichoke Carbonara, playfully nicknamed “It’s Not About the Pasta Pasta.” All of these recipes can be made gluten-free, pleasing both your taste buds and any dietary restrictions. And rest assured, none of these recipes will ever cheat on your long-term boyfriend.
Crafting the Perfect Fried Goat Cheese Balls
Prepare to be amazed by how easy it is to create these delectable, melty balls of goodness in your own kitchen. You’ll wonder why you haven’t been making them for every reunion. Not only are they delicious, but they are also cost-effective when feeding a hungry crowd that appreciates classy food and trashy TV.
To start, shape and roll approximately 2 teaspoons of goat cheese into the perfect bite-sized balls. Freezing them for 30 to 45 minutes will help firm them up and retain their shape during frying. Once frozen, lightly coat the balls with corn starch or tapioca flour. This will ensure that the egg and breadcrumbs adhere perfectly to the goat cheese. When dipping the balls in the egg, allow any excess to drip off, leaving just the right amount to create a sticky texture. Finally, coat the balls with breadcrumbs, fry them to perfection, and get ready to savor the best fried goat cheese balls you’ve ever had.
Gluten-Free Options for Your Fried Goat Cheese Balls
Not to worry, gluten-free friends! It’s incredibly easy to adapt this recipe to suit your dietary needs. By using gluten-free breadcrumbs, you can enjoy the same delightful goat cheese balls without any compromise. Gluten-free breadcrumbs are readily available, and I particularly recommend Aleia’s for their excellent consistency and flavor, which closely resembles traditional breadcrumbs.
Two Delicious Serving Suggestions
Traditionally, SUR serves their goat cheese balls atop a bed of vegetables with a delightful mango dipping sauce. However, for a more convenient home experience, we’re skipping the vegetable smattering, as it barely qualifies as a serving. And to be honest, it didn’t quite win me over. Instead, I suggest serving the goat cheese balls alongside a classic marinara sauce, with a sprinkle of fresh basil. Trust me, the flavors harmonize beautifully, and it gives you a delightful alternative to enjoy.
Now it’s your turn to relish in these mouthwatering balls that even the witches of WeHo can’t resist. Gather your friends, have a Vanderpump Rules marathon, and indulge in these fried goat cheese balls that perfectly capture the essence of SUR. For more exciting recipes and ratings, visit Ratingperson, your go-to source for culinary inspiration and honest evaluations.