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How to: Warm Goat Cheese Delights

Goat cheese is most often crumbled on salads or spread on crackers. But there's a different way to serve it that's fun, fast, delicious and perfect for summer grilling season.

Heated up, Ile de France Goat Cheese develops a unique melted texture and an even fresher, smoother flavor. Goat cheese can be baked or grilled, with delicious results. Try our hot goat cheese tips and find out for yourself why the clean flavor and sharp tang of goat cheese makes it an ideal summer cheese.

Breaded & Grilled Goat Cheese Slices
Coat sliced Ile de France Chevre with crisp panko breadcrumbs mixed with a dash of rosemary, thyme, black pepper and a teaspoon of olive oil. Grill the slices on aluminum foil until the cheese warms up and the breadcrumbs are crisp. The crunchy exterior and melted goat cheese center will be delicious and perfect to serve with crunchy green salads.

Baked Goat Cheese & Tomato Sauce Dip
Place goat cheese in the center of an oven-safe baking dish, then pour your favorite tomato sauce around the cheese. Bake for approximately 20 minutes or until the cheese is bubbly and hot. Garnish with freshly chopped basil and serve with crusty baguette.

Artichoke & Goat Cheese Dip
Warm Ile de France Chevre with artichoke hearts tastes great on pita chips, fresh veggies, or pretzels. Mix goat cheese with artichoke hearts, salt, pepper and a dash of olive oil. Place mixture in baking dish and bake at 350 until the top is golden brown, about 10 minutes.



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written by Margie Morgan, June 11, 2014
This sounds sooo good, I want to try so many of your recipes. I am going to see if you have a recipe booklet or book for sale.

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