50 Things to do with Chevre from Belle Chevre
Download this PDF of 50 things to do with Chevre for ideas on how to use the Belle Chevre cheese in your Cheese Lover’s share from Doe Run Farms.
Here are some of the ideas for goat cheese:
Stuff fig halves with goat cheese. Wrap each with one slice of prosciutto or Spanish cured ham and bake for 10 minutes or until fat begins to render.
Spread crostini with goat cheese and a store-bought (or homemade) tapenade.
Crumble goat cheese on your favorite pizzas. Great for homemade pizza and to dress up a delivery pie.
Goat Cheese Flatbread
Some store-bought flatbread goes from boring to unforgettable with a smear of goat cheese, sliced figs, and a drizzle of good balsamic.
Sweet Spinach Salad
Make a special spring salad with spinach, sliced strawberries, goat cheese and pecans. Toss with honey mustard dressing.
Goat Cheese Lasagna
Substitute goat cheese in your next lasagna for the ricotta cheese. You won’t look back.
Stuffed in a filet mignon goat cheese is incredible. Just butterfly the meat and spread with goat cheese, then either fasten ends closed with toothpicks or roll tightly.
Spread onion or tomato jam on puff pastry, top generously with goat cheese, and bake. Cut into squares for an instant elegant appetizer!
Spanish Ham Tapa
A slice of baguette, a sun-dried tomato, warm goat cheese, and a ribbon of Spanish cured ham, and you’ve got an authentic Spanish tapa.
Goat Cheese Pita
Stuff your pita with hummus, tabbouleh, and goat cheese for a change from feta.
One word can make all the difference. Sub for all or half of cream cheese in your recipe.
Top your next sweet treat with goat cheese frosting. Just subsitute goat cheese for the butter in your favorite frosting recipe.
Mix goat cheese with fig preserves and serve on sugar cookies or alongside toasted walnuts.
Berries and Chevre
Whip 4 oz of goat cheese with 1 cup of cream, and serve cold with fresh berries.