What is Golden Cross Goats’ Cheese like? Golden Cross is based on a French style of cheese but coated in ash over which an edible white mould rind develops, a fine soft texture and delicate flavour.
Where’s it from? Made by Kevin and Alison Blunt of the Golden Cross Cheese company at their farm at Whitesmith, East Sussex.
Packaging: This UNPASTEURISED cheese is wrapped as a log-shaped whole cheese of 250g.
You can buy Golden Cross in The Vegetarian Cheese Lover’s Deluxe Box, The Best Mum in the World Box and The Vegetarian Cheese Lover’s Box.
Recipes ideal for Golden Cross Goats’ Cheese:
If there’s a better combination than goat’s cheese, beetroot and walnut we’re yet to find it. Serve this goats’ cheese salad with French bread for a lovely light lunch.
Goats Cheese Tarts are a great spring dish, light and fluffy pastry with a creamy flavour and fluffy texture. We suggest serving with a smear of olive paste or balsamic reduction and a helping of sun-ripened tomatoes.
Bresaola is a cured beef that comes from the Valtellina area of northern Italy. Normally served as an antipasti, this recipe uses it to create little goat’s cheese parcels that work as a party canapé or just a tasty snack.
Pistachio balls make an excellent starter, or a snack for evening entertaining. The creamy goats’ cheese compliments the savoury, salty, nutty pistachio flavours. The green colour really adds some pizzazz!
When sweet, velvety pumpkins are available, make the most of them in a decadent salad with beetroot and goats’ cheese. Of course you could buy everything pre-prepared, but if you’re looking to cook from scratch, here’s a recipe for a gorgeous, warm pumpkin salad…
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