What does Shorrock’s Lancashire Cheese taste like? a classic creamy Lancashire that has been matured for 24 months for a full flavour. It’s superb with some fruit and a good red wine.
Where’s it from? Made by Andrew Shorrock near Preston, Lancs. Shorrock’s Lancashire Bomb is 230g and wrapped in black wax and suitable for vegetarians.
You can buy Shorrock’s Lancashire Bomb as a 460g wax truckle. It’s also available in the Wallace & Gromit Cracking Cheese Box.
Recipes using Lancashire Cheese:
Croquettes often use mozzarella, but traditional British croquettes use Lancashire cheese so here’s a version using Shorrock’s Lancashire Bomb. Great as a starter, serve with Godminster Beetroot and Apple Chutney.
Cheese Grits are a regional specialty in the American South. This recipe uses strong, creamy Lancashire Bomb to really blow the dust off your taste buds!
Lamb Hotpot, or Lancashire Hotpot, is a delicious traditional stew made from lamb with onion and potato. Adding a helping of Lancashire Bomb boosts the creaminess.
Vintage Cheddar, Ham and Pea Risotto is an ideal for a mid-week dinner with a rocket salad or some steamed greens.
This broccoli cheddar chicken recipe is an easy and delicious dinner idea. Sear the chicken breast before cooking in creamy cheddar sauce – perfect served over rice.
Cheese Pin Wheels are great as party appetisers or as snacks and they are simple to make. They can even be frozen so that you can throw them in the oven when unexpected guests turn up.
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