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Jamanda

Wild garlic goat's cheese parcels

You could work it out from the title.

Cut hard goat's cheese into blocks about 5cm x 5cm x 1cm.
Wrap in big ransom leaves, about 4 per block
Secure with a cocktail stick
Put into an oven proof dish and drizzle with olive oil
Bake for about 10 mins plus in a medium oven
Eat with warm crusty bread.
T.G

oooo now that sounds lovely Wink i'm sure even the dozy eldest can cook that ... make quick note of recipe (he tries his best bless but cooking isnt a skill he possess, no matter how we try Rolling Eyes)
Chez

Yummmmmm ....

I will add some goat's cheese to my shopping list, I think.
sean

'Smore than ten minutes probably, depending on your cheese.
Jamanda

It was yum. It was my idea, and Ben and I did the foraging, but Sean put it together to perfection. Unlike my cheesecake which was an epic fail to use the young people's vernacular.
Chez

Goat's cheesecake?
Jamanda

Chez wrote:
Goat's cheesecake?


No. It was meant to be cream cheese, but there was none to be had, so I used mascapone.
Chez

Ah. Hence Epic Fail?

I am not a cheesecake person, I have to add. I think ALL cheesecake is unnatural ...
Bebo

Cooked goats cheese is unnatural. Can't help it but it smells like vomit.
Chez

Noooooo cooked SAVOURY goat's cheese is fine. It's the cheese-and-cake concept I can't get my head round.
T.G

cheesecake cake is wonderful - goats cheese ... has its moments - which is a shame seeing we have amassed a goat heard Neutral Rolling Eyes Laughing
Jamanda

I do make a very good uncooked cheese cake using cottage cheese. I'll stick to that in future - but the goats cheese parcels were ace.
nettie

That sounds like a luvverly recipe Jamanda, I want to try it with a fruity or chilli sauce Smile
wellington womble

Yum. If you buy cheese with rind on, you can just stick it oven and then slice the top off and dunk bread and crudités in it. Makes a super easy lunch or starter which has all the dunking fun of a fondue and none of the forgetting-to-buy-the-meths palava. I've never tried with goats cheese (with or without ransoms) but it's great with Brie or Camembert, and I would think goats cheese would work well, too.
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