Some Yummy Fresh Chive Cheese Recipes

Since long ago, goat cheese has been a popular alternative to cheese made from cow's milk. People still get most of their milk from goats in many parts of the world. It is liked for its mild, earthy taste and how easy it is to digest. Goat cheese can be used in almost any recipe where cow's milk cheese is called for. Goat cheese is easy to find in nearly any grocery store or health food store, and its many health benefits make it a good choice for anyone who wants to try new things.

But we have been selling different kinds of goat cheese, including fresh chives cheese. If you don't know how to use goat cheese but want to enjoy its health benefits, here are some tasty recipes you can try.

Recipe 1: Tomato and Herb Salad with Fresh Chive Cheese

Make this salad with tomatoes from a farmer's market or your garden, preferably while they are still warm from the sun.

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  • Step 1

Cut the big tomatoes into slices, but leave the small ones whole or cut them into wedges or halves. Put the cheese on a platter.

  • Step 2

Whisk together one teaspoon of salt, the vinegar, and the honey in a little basin until the salt is dissolved. Whisk in the lime oil on top of the tomatoes.

  • Step 3

Strip the leaves and flowers off marjoram sprigs and put them on the salad. Cut basil leaves and flowers over tomatoes with kitchen shears. Add salt to your taste.

Recipe 2: Broccoli &Fresh Chive Cheese Stuffed Mini Peppers

These party snacks are full of both crunchy and creamy parts. Fresh chives make them stand out even more.

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  1. Turn the oven on to 400°. Cut peppers in half down the middle and take out the seeds. Cream fresh chives cheese, salt, and pepper are mixed in a bowl. Broccoli is then stirred in. Spoon into each half of a pepper.

  2. Place on a baking sheet lined with foil and bake for 9 to 11 minutes, or until hot all the way through. Put some cheddar cheese on top. Bake until cheese is melted, 3-4 notes longer. previous to help, let it cool a bit.

Recipe 3: Swiss and Chive Quiche

This quiche recipe calls for goat cheese and two corn and ground beef cans, but it can also be made without meat. You won't even think about the heart.

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  1. Turn the oven on to 400°. Beat one egg, salt, and pepper together in a large bowl. Add potatoes and mix well. Move to a 10-inch cast-iron or another oven-safe skillet that has been greased. Put cheese on top.

  2. Beat the last four eggs and milk in the same bowl. Stir in cracker mix; pour above potatoes. Bake on a lower oven rack for 25 to 30 minutes, or until a knife stuck in the middle come away clean. Wait 5 minutes before you cut.

Recipe 4: Party Cheese Bread

With this recipe, you can't go wrong. The bread with cheese, chives, and butter are easy to make, but it tastes good. Plus, it looks great, and lots of people go there. It's also better than the usual garlic bread with pasta.

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  1. Turn the oven on to 350°. Cut the loaf of bread into 1-inch slices, stopping 1/2 inch from the bottom. Cut back and forth over and over. Insert cheese in cuts.

  2. Mix the rest of the ingredients and drizzle over the bread. Put on a baking sheet and wrap in foil.

  3. Bake for 20 minutes. Unwrap and bake for about 10 minutes or until the cheese melts. If you desire, you can drop chives on top.

Recipe 5: Chive Smashed Potatoes

You don't have to peel the potatoes. This is the only way we make mashed potatoes these days. They are big, tasty, and pretty. And the flavoured cream cheese is a great addition.

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  1. Put potatoes, bouillon, and 8 cups of water in a Dutch oven. Get it to boil. Turn down the heat, cover, and cook until tender, about 15 to 20 minutes.

  2. Drain and put back in the pan—mix cream chive cheese, cream, butter, salt, and pepper into mashed potatoes. You can add more chives and dill as a garnish if you want.

You can also use fresh dill goat cheese instead of chive cheese. If you want to know where to get them, you can get them at Courtyard Farms.

 


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