When it comes to a hero cheese in the kitchen and the ultimate in versatility in cooking you truly can’t beat imported Goat Cheese! It has a rich, creamy texture and slightly tart taste that works well with everything from appetizers to main dishes, salads and desserts. You can even enjoy it chilled and crumbled, melted, or as pretty pop of color and flavor as a garnish.
Here are a few of our favorite ideas to get you going!
When it comes to starters and snacks imported Goat Cheese can’t be beat! It lends itself to so many different types of dishes, flavors, and cuisines.
The meltability of goat cheese adds incredible flavor and creaminess to these Savory Mushroom, Spinach, and Goat Cheese Crepes.
Try our topping pizzas and flatbreads with a sprinkle of goat cheese like in our Flatbread Pizzas with Goat Cheese and Baby Tomatoes – it’s a simple starter everyone will love. You can also fold goat cheese into your favorite dips, melt it into quesadillas, or even use it to top your favorite nachos for a creamy-tart elegant edge.
Or make imported Goat Cheese the star of the party with our ridiculously easy, bubbly, highly shareable Baked Goat Cheese and Marinara Dip with Garlic Toast.
Baked Goat Cheese Marinara Dip
Soups and Salads
Just about any soup or salad is made even more delicious with crumbled imported Goat Cheese as a topping! Try sprinkling some on your favorite butternut or black bean soups this fall instead of your usual sour cream. You can also add it to your everyday lunch or dinner salads topped with balsamic or other vinaigrettes.
For an upscale, French-inspired salad that also works as a side dish we love this French Lentil Salad with Tarragon, Cranberries, and Goat Cheese.
French Lentil Salad
Or give our bistro-classic Crispy Goat Cheese Salad with Arugula, Raspberries and Pumpkin Seeds a try! Medallions of goat cheese are breaded and pan-fried for an incredible crunchy-yet-melty salad that really impresses.
The magic of imported Goat Cheese even extends into sweet treats and desserts. It pairs deliciously with fruit, honey and even in ice creams.
Wow your guests at your next dinner party with an easy Berry and Chevre Galette. These rustic tarts come together in no time with pre-made pie crust. A delicious topping of imported French Chevre makes this even more special.
Or instead pick up a package of puff pastry in your grocer’s freezer to make these gorgeous mini Peach, Goat Cheese, and Honey Tarts. They’d be a fantastic addition to any brunch or buffet too!
Finally, for a mind-blowingly delicious, unique, and upscale dessert try our recipe for Imported Chevre, Berry, and Honey Ice Cream. Yes you heard us right! Creamy imported goat cheese Chevre melts deliciously into a traditional ice cream batter for a glam, grown-up version of everyone’s favorite homemade ice cream.
Be sure to always keep a log of imported Goat Cheese on hand in your fridge for endless versatility in your cooking!