What does Wee Comrie cheese taste like? The Wee Comrie is fresh and bright with a buttery flavour.
Where’s it from? Wee Comrie is made by Drew Watson and Pierre Leger of the Strathearn Cheese Co. who operate from the Cultybraggan camp, an old WWII prisoner of war camp, near Comrie in Perthshire, Scotland.
Packaging: Comes as a whole round cheese truckle of 200g.
You can also find Wee Comrie Cheese in The Scottish Selection Box alongside Lanark Blue, Isle of Mull Cheddar and Elrick Log.
These Cheese Stuffed Pork Chops offers an oozy, creamy filling in a meaty bite. Serve with mashed potatoes and steamed broccoli for an excellent weeknight dinner.
The pungent savoury and nutty flavour of cheese combined with garlic and kicks of tang makes this pull apart bread a delectable superstar.
This cheese loaf a very versatile recipe, you could add bacon lardons, mushrooms, herbs, anything you like really!
Nothing beats making your own pizza. The base is crispy with a nice thick crust, and the three cheeses give you mouthwatering flavour with every bite.
Try this delicious salad of warm fine green beans and tiny new potatoes with chunks of Wee Comrie. Ideal as a starter, light lunch or healthy supper.
Quiche is the perfect summertime meal. Serve it hot or cold, as a main meal or light bite. We also have this Leek Quiche recipe that uses hazelnut pastry.
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