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When the weather is warm the food should be simple and fresh. Fresh vegetables add hearty, refreshing flavor to any meal.
Making a flavorful seasonal vegetable platter is easy when you fire up the grill. Grilling vegetables creates a decadent texture and Ile de France Cheese makes them absolutely scrumptious.There's a bit of technique involved, but grilling vegetables requires minimal effort. The New York Times says to grill fast-cooking, high-water-content vegetables like peppers and onions over direct heat, while vegetables like asparagus and green beans cook slower and require a wire basket.
With the delicious diversity of Ile de Frances cheeses, there is a delicious pairing for almost any vegetable!
Grilled Vegetables with Morbier
This simple appetizer features bright colors and rustic flavor. Grilled peppers, leeks, zucchini and squash are accompanied by bold and creamy Morbier cheese. For a milder flavor, use Ile de France Brie instead.
Camembert with Grilled Asparagus
This dish is packed with contrasting flavor, from the snap of asparagus, to the sweet tartness of pink grapefruit. Rich and creamy Ile de France Camembert helps meld all these flavors together into a delicious dish.
Grilled Green Tomatoes
Large green tomatoes become the canvas to show off the fresh zesty flavor of Ile de France Goat Cheese in this simple appetizer. Lime juice, cayenne pepper and cilantro combine with the cheese and other spices to create a tomato with a serious kick of flavor!