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goat cheese

Long story but momma kat and I both brought home a bunch of goat cheese, not hnowing the other was going to for a recipe that didn't turn out to suit us. We pitched that concoction, but still have this cheese. Rather than to pitch it what can be done with it?

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  • djm5x9djm5x9 Posts: 1,342
    one feral kat:[p]In pizza; with sliced tomatoes, sliced onions and goat cheese drizzled with olive oil; fill a small glass pan with spinach and lay slices of goat cheese on top and bake in oven . . .

  • one feral kat,
    Two words: Pork Tenderloin.[p]I marinaded the tenderloin in soy sauce, garlic, salt and pepper for a couple of hours. Sliced them open, like a sub roll, the spread on the goat cheese. next, I sliced up some fresh jalpeno peppers to top off the goat cheese. Tied the loins back together, and egged at 375 for around 30 minutes. WOW! let me repeat, WOW![p]My wife doesn't like spicy food, so she picked the peppers out -- the meat had a wonderful flavor but it didn't have a pepper "bite". I'll do this recipe again.[p]Good luck![p]B~F

  • GfwGfw Posts: 1,598
    Bama Fire, this sounds interesting - since I'm off to the store and I have a few pork tenderloins in the freezer (love those little things), I'll be picking up some goat cheese this afternoon.

  • Gfw,
    Pork tenders, I can do. Ribs, I will soon master (with a bit of luck & some help from my friends.)[p]You will love the tenderloins! Enjoy![p]Have a great long weekend. Roll Tide![p]B~F

  • Bama Fire, interesting...I'm doing Mr Toad's Pork Loin this weekend for the second time. Think I'll add some goat cheese in the layering process...what ya think?

  • GfwGfw Posts: 1,598
    Bama Fire, I'm back with the goat cheese and just laid out a Pork Ternderloin - dinner tomorrow - my wife is about the same as yours so jalpeno peppers on about 1/2 - any last minute hints or suggestions appreciated. Thanks!

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