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- 250 grams Sausage , diced

- 3 Nuggets

- Oil for frying

- 2 tablespoons butter

- 4 tablespoons flour

- 1 liter milk

- 1 teaspoon salt

- 1 teaspoon black pepper

- 1 teaspoon turmeric

- 100 grams cooking cream or labneh cream

- 250 grams mixed cheese (cheddar, Turkish, mozzarella)

- Mozzarella cheese (optional)

- Fresh parsley for garnish


1. Heat oil in a pan and fry the diced Sausage until tender and golden brown. Remove from heat and set aside.

2. We add the nuggets after browning the sausage, and then we fry the nuggets.

3. In another pan, melt butter over low heat. Add flour and stir until well combined to form a roux.

4. Gradually pour in milk while stirring continuously to avoid lumps. Heat until the sauce thickens.

5. Season the sauce with salt, black pepper, and turmeric according to taste.

6. Add cooking cream or labneh cream to the sauce and mix well.

7. Stir in the mixed cheese until it melts and the sauce is smooth and creamy.

8. Cut the fried Nuggets strips into small cubes.

9. In a baking dish, layer half of the sausage strips and pour some cheese sauce over them.

10. Repeat the layering with the remaining sausage strips and cheese sauce.

11. Optionally, sprinkle grated mozzarella cheese on top for extra cheesiness.

12. Bake in a preheated oven at 180°C (350°F) for about 15-20 minutes or until the cheese is melted and bubbly.

13. Garnish with fresh parsley before serving.

14. Enjoy the crispy sausage strips with creamy cheese sauce as a delicious appetizer or main dish!

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Nutrition Value

1. 250 grams Sausage , diced:

  - Calories: Approximately 150 kcal

  - Carbohydrates: Negligible

  - Protein: About 20 grams

  - Fat: Around 7 grams

  - Sodium: Varies based on preparation

  - Cholesterol: Around 275 mg

  - Vitamins and minerals: Rich in iron, vitamin B12, vitamin A, zinc, and phosphorus

  - Nutritional benefits: High in protein, iron, and vitamin B12, which are essential for energy production, red blood cell formation, and overall immune health.

2. Oil for frying:

  - Calories: Varies depending on the type and amount of oil used

  - Carbohydrates: Negligible

  - Protein: Negligible

  - Fat: Varies based on the oil

  - Sodium: Varies based on the oil

  - Cholesterol: Varies based on the oil

  - Nutritional benefits: Provides essential fatty acids and can enhance the flavor and texture of fried foods.

3. 2 tablespoons butter:

  - Calories: Around 200 kcal

  - Carbohydrates: Negligible

  - Protein: Negligible

  - Fat: Around 22 grams

  - Sodium: Around 150 mg

  - Cholesterol: Around 60 mg

  - Nutritional benefits: Contains fat-soluble vitamins like vitamin A, D, E, and K, and adds richness and flavor to dishes.

4. 4 tablespoons flour:

  - Calories: Approximately 120 kcal

  - Carbohydrates: About 25 grams

  - Protein: About 3 grams

  - Fat: Negligible

  - Sodium: Around 2 mg

  - Cholesterol: Negligible

  - Nutritional benefits: Provides carbohydrates for energy and acts as a thickening agent for sauces and gravies.

5. 1 liter milk:

  - Calories: Around 600 kcal

  - Carbohydrates: About 48 grams

  - Protein: About 32 grams

  - Fat: About 32 grams

  - Sodium: Around 400 mg

  - Cholesterol: Around 120 mg

  - Nutritional benefits: Good source of calcium, protein, and vitamins D and B12 for bone health and overall nutrition.

6. 1 teaspoon salt:

  - Nutritional value: Provides sodium for electrolyte balance, but excessive intake may lead to high blood pressure.

7. 1 teaspoon black pepper:

  - Nutritional value: Contains antioxidants and may aid in digestion and metabolism.

8. 1 teaspoon turmeric:

  - Nutritional value: Contains curcumin, an antioxidant with potential anti-inflammatory and immune-boosting properties.

9. 100 grams cooking cream or labneh cream:

  - Calories: Around 300 kcal

  - Carbohydrates: About 3 grams

  - Protein: About 3 grams

  - Fat: Around 30 grams

  - Sodium: Around 30 mg

  - Cholesterol: Around 100 mg

  - Nutritional benefits: Adds creaminess and richness to sauces, providing additional fat and flavor.

10. 250 grams mixed cheese (cheddar, Turkish, mozzarella):

  - Calories: Around 1000 kcal

  - Carbohydrates: About 8 grams

  - Protein: About 60 grams

  - Fat: Around 80 grams

  - Sodium: Around 1500 mg

  - Cholesterol: Around 300 mg

  - Nutritional benefits: Rich in calcium, protein, and fat, which are important for bone health and overall body functions.

11. Mozzarella cheese (optional):

  - Nutritional values similar to mixed cheese but may vary based on the brand and type.

12. Fresh parsley for garnish:

  - Calories: Negligible

  - Carbohydrates: Negligible

  - Protein: Negligible

  - Fat: Negligible

  - Sodium: Negligible

  - Cholesterol: Negligible

  - Nutritional benefits: Contains vitamins A, C, and K, as well as antioxidants and minerals like iron and potassium. Can aid in digestion and add freshness to dishes.

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