What’s it like? Bocconcino di Langa is gently ripened soft cheese with edible white/ straw yellow rind.
Where’s it from? It is made from pasteurised goat’s milk from the Piedmont region of Northern Italy.
Packaging: Sold as a whole circular cheese of 80g.
The combination of salty bacon, sweet date and savoury Bocconcino di Langa make these cheese wrapped dates totally scrumptious. Bocconcino means “little mouthful” so it seems the perfect cheese to use.
Bake these goat’s cheese balls instead of frying them so they’re a lot lighter. This also allows you to keep the freshness of the goat’s cheese flavour.
Doesn’t chicken stuffed with goat’s cheese sound an absolute delight? How about if you encase it in crispy prosciutto? Delicious!
Bresaola is a cured beef that comes from the Valtellina area of northern Italy. Normally an antipasti, this recipe uses it to create little goat’s cheese parcels that work as a party canapé or just a tasty snack.
Best served warm, these Goat’s Cheese Puff Pastry Parcels offer a bite of heaven with creamy smooth goat’s cheese and a punch of sweet sticky fig relish.
If there’s a better combination than Goat’s cheese, beetroot and walnut we’re yet to find it. Try it in this salad.
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