Cheese-Covered Sticky Buns


They're called golfeados--a unique Venezuelan take on sticky buns. They're baked with grated sugar cane, pecorino cheese and anise seed in the dough. Once they're out of the oven, the baker slaps a slice of fresh mozzarella on top. I've never had cheese in a sweet pastry, but I can certainly imagine how mozzarella would work on one.

You can find a complete recipe at the link.

Link | Photo: Harry's Pizzeria

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I love cheese Danish, surely you've eaten those's cream cheese. Then my mother puts a layer of cheddar on a slice of hot apple pie and I cringe at the thought.
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