What does Lanark Blue taste like? The slight hint of sharpness adds complexity, creating a distinct taste. The delicate, brittle and grainy texture, an indication of its age, gives the cheese the character it rightly deserves.
Where’s it from? Selina Cairns at Errington Cheese in Lanarkshire has been making Lanark Blue cheese since the early 1980’s.
Packaging: This version of Lanark Blue is a wrapped 200g wedge.
You can also find Lanark Blue in The Scottish Selection Box, alongside Wee Comrie, Isle of Mull Cheddar and Elrick Log goat’s cheese.
Recipes for Lanark Blue Cheese:
The classic combo of blue cheese and walnut is the main component to these canapé toasts. Sweet onion marmalade adds sweet to the salty and freshness to the nuttiness.
These blue cheese sliders are a little different to your average burger as they’re topped with a slice of sweet potato. Elevate this to the next level with mushroom, roasted red pepper and onion marmalade.
Garlic and Blue Cheese Beer Bread is one of our most popular recipes. Serve this cheesy, garlicky bread warm with a knob of butter.
Beef Wellington is a classic British that has depth of flavour in every mouthful with with blue cheese added.
Blue Cheese Pasta Bake with a crusty walnut and bread topping, making it like a crumble. With added vegetables it’s a great dinner option for the whole family.
A Scottish classic, why not try these Rumbledethumps with Lanark Blue?
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