Eurilait Cheese I.F.E.Demonstration Recipes 20171. Goats Cheese & Beetroot Salsa Bruschetta
2. Saag Halloumi
3. Breaded Goats Cheese Disc with Aioli
4. Creamed Leek Crumble ( IQF Goats Crumb)
5. Welsh Rarebit on toast ( made with spreadable Goats cheese)
6. Brie Beignets with Chili Jam
7. Brie & Celery “Lollipops” ( Brie Cubes)
8. Raspberry & Goats Cheese Mousse
9. 3 Cheese Pizza & Calzone ( Mozzarella)
10. Spinach & Feta Puffs
2 Bags of Spinach
3kg plain flour
3 kg self raising flour
2 blocks of puff pastry
2 packets of yeast
2 jars of chilli jam
2 x Worcestershire sauce
2 xEnglish Mustard
6 bulbs of garlic
1kg baby plum tomatoes
1 Head of Celery
2 x Bags of Rocket
2 x litres Vegetable Oil
2 litre olive oil
2 punnet of Raspberries
Maldon Sea salt
2 x 500ml Double Cream
2 packets of digestives
1 jar ground ginger
3 x 250g butter
1 sliced white loaf
250g icing sugar
250g medium curry powder
2 Packets of Corn Tortillas
1 Jar of mayonnaise
1. Beetroot Salsa
2. Basil Pesto
3. Pizza Tomato Sauce
4. Chili Jam
Goats Cheese & Beetroot Salsa Bruschetta
Take some cooked Beetroot and cut into small dice, mix with some sweet Chilli sauce and a little fresh chopped coriander.
Cut some slices of ready to bake baguettes, brush with a little olive oil and toast on a char grill.
To compose. Place a slice of the Goats cheese on the toasted bruschetta and bake in a hot oven for 2-3minutes. Remove and top with a teaspoon of the Salsa and enjoy.
You will need 1 block of Haloumi and cut into 4 slices, brush with a little vegetable oil and a pinch of curry powder. Grill on both sides then set aside.
Chop ½ onion and sweat in a little butter for 3-4 mins then add a Tsp of curry powder and a little salt and pepper, add ½ bag of baby spinach, raise the heat and stir for 1 minute until wilted, now add a little double cream and set aside.
Chop the Haloumi into 1cm dice and add to the curried Spinach mix well and serve.
Breaded Goats Cheese Disc with Aioli
A really simple dish, served hot or cold. Ensure the Disc is frozen before use.
In 3 bowl add some seasoned flour to one, a beaten egg with a little milk in the second and in the third, fresh breadcrumbs.
Pass the discs through number 1, then 2 and finally 3 place on a tray and return to the freezer.
Peel and crush 3 garlic cloves to a paste, a tip is to add a little salt to save the natural oils in the garlic, add the paste to 6 tbsp of good quality mayonnaise.
Turn on your fryer to 180oC and when the temperature is reached drop one or two discs in and cook for 1 minute then flip over and cook for a further minute, remove and place some kitchen towel to drain.
Serve with a little mixed salad and a spoonful of the Aioli. Enjoy.
Creamy Mustard Leeks with a Feta Crumble
Cut 1 large Leek into slices and wash well then drain. In a medium saucepan melt a knob of butter and add the Leeks, season lightly and add 100ml of double cream and a Tsp of English Mustard. Mix well and allow to cool.
For the Crumble take 100g plain flour and rub 50g of chilled butter to a sandy texture, add a Tbsp of freshly chopped flat parsley and 50g of crumbed Goats Cheese. Spoon the creamy Leeks into an ovenproof dish and top generously with the Crumble. Bake in a preheated oven 170oC for 20 minutes. Allow to cool slightly before tucking in.
“Eurilait” Rarebit ( Spreadable Goats Cheese)
225g spreadable Goats cheese
1 tablespoon butter
2 teaspoons Worcestershire sauce
1 level teaspoon dry mustard
2 tsp plain flour
Shake of pepper
4 tablespoons beer, Guinness is best.
4 slices bread toasted on 1 side only
Place all the ingredients in a large bowl apart from the butter and toasted bread. Mix well to a smooth paste and refrigerate.
To assemble spoon a generous amount of the cheese mix onto the un toasted slice of bread, place either under a hot grill till golden and blistered or on a tray in a hot oven. Be careful when eating as the cheese stays hot for a long time.
Brie Beignets with Chilli Jam
Using either the Brie Cubes or slices this recipe will have the same great result.
For the slices place a spoonful in the middle and carefully roll up then freeze for 15 minutes. For a simple batter follow the recipe below by adding all the ingredients to a large bowl and whisking well.
100 g Plain Flour ( sifted)
2 tbsp baking powder
150 ml cold water
1 tsp ground cumin
Heat your fryer to 180oC. Take the Brie from the freezer and drop each one into the batter, coating well then into the oil, fry till golden brown, drain onto kitchen paper using a slotted spoon, allow to cool slightly before enjoying.
When using the Brie cubes, dust each with a little seasoned flour first then drop into the batter and fry. Serve the Chilli jam as an accompaniment.
Brie & Celery “Lollipops”
Making use of the Brie Cubes for this simple little canapé couldn’t be easier.
Cut some Celery sticks into 8cm sticks, push a cube on top and with a blowtorch singe each side till golden but not black and soft enough to stay on the Celery.
Raspberry & Goats-cheese Mousse
This is a great recipe for people who are lactose intolerant.
In a food processor add 100g fresh raspberries and 150g of spreadable Goats cheese and mix well, add 50g of icing sugar and blitz again. Chill in the fridge
Crush 3 digestive biscuits with ¼ tsp of ground cinnamon add 25g of melted Butter and mix well. Share this between 6 small dishes but don’t push down, then chill.
Whisk 250ml of double cream then fold in the raspberry mix until blended well. Place in a piping bag and pipe into the dishes, top with a fresh raspberry and enjoy.
650g Italian 00 flour (Pasta flour)
7g sachet of instant yeast
2 tsp salt
25ml olive oil
50ml warm milk
325ml warm water
This is probably the easiest pizza dough recipe and makes a 1kg mix.
Simply add all the ingredients to a food mixer with a dough hook attachment and mix slowly for 2 minutes then for 4 minutes on medium fast. Remove hook and cover with a cloth, leave somewhere warm to prove and double in size. After it has risen remove from the bowl and knock back; this is where you knock out all the air.
Chop into 5 x 200g balls and roll out into 30cm circles. It is now ready to add your favourite fillings and bake in a hot oven; 200oC.
Tomato Pizza Topping
1 large onion, finely chopped
3 cloves of garlic crushed to a paste
1 dessertspoon of olive oil
500g tinned chopped tomatoes
100g tomato paste
1 tsp dried oregano
50g caster sugar
50ml white wine vinegar
Salt & Pepper
In a large pan over a medium heat add the oil and the chopped onion and cook for 5 minutes, add the crushed garlic and cook for a further 1 minute, reduce the heat and add the tomato paste, cook for 2 minutes stirring continuously then add the chopped tomatoes and oregano, reduce the heat to a simmer and cover with a tight fitting lid.
In a small saucepan add the sugar and vinegar and bring to the boil then add to the tomato sauce, season well and allow to cool before using.
Spinach & Feta Puffs
This recipe couldn’t be easier and a quick lunch dish using cubes of Feta Cheese
Empty a bag of washed baby spinach, sprinkle with a little olive oil, salt, pepper and a little grated nutmeg. Place in a microwave for 1 minute on full power, then remove and stir well so that the spinach is just wilted, put aside to cool.
Roll out a 250g block of puff pastry to 2mm thick, cut out 10cm circles.
When the spinach is cold, remove from the bowl and chop roughly, return to the bowl and add 200g of the Feta cubes, mix well allowing the cubes to break up a little.
Beat 1 egg with a little milk and brush the edge of the circles. Place a spoonful of the Feta mix in the centre and fold over, seal with a fork. Brush the top with the egg wash and sprinkle a few sesame seeds on top. Place on a tray in a heated oven ( 180oC) for 15minutes till puffed up and golden. Remove and enjoy.