We’re talking about this morning’s fridge discovery. Did you find more than a few scrapings of scrumptious Godminster cheese leftover? After a self-congratulatory cheer (proof, after all, that you demonstrated self-control over Christmas) we’re sure you’re wondering how you can use up the last of it. We’ve put together our favourite recipes to help you polish it off.
This easy baked brie recipe is perfect to whip up, delicious to eat and can be served as a lazy winter meal for two! Just pop your brie into a heat proof dish, stick in some sprigs of rosemary and a couple of garlic cloves and bake for 15 minutes. Serve with celery (if you’re being good) or a fresh baguette if you need it to go further. This recipe is dangerously moreish, and is a great way to use up any of our Brie variants; traditional, cracked black pepper or garlic and chive.
If you resisted finishing off our rich and creamy Vintage Organic cheddar over the weekend we’re impressed. Now, rather than scurrying to the fridge to cut off ’just a small’ wedge, get inspired by the ideas below…we promise, the short wait will be worth it!
Scoring high on both delicious and cute factor, these ramekins of oozy cheddar were made for leftovers! The recipe is easy to chop and change depending on how many you’re serving (or how well you resisted the cheese) too! Just make a simple cheese sauce, add the tomato and pop under the grill for a couple of minutes.
Finally, we’re taking a leaf out of Paul Hollywood’s cook book and making cheese scones. These are a firm family favourite and last well if stored in a cool dry place. Simply mix the scone ingredients, grated cheddar and a dash of parmesan, cut into shape and bake for 12-15 mins. These are best served warm with melted butter….
Photo credits: willcookforfriends.com, ohmyveggies.com, bbc.co.uk