A bit of cheese to nip on by a glow as we play a house game, or while relaxing with a movie, is a Christmas treat. But like all a dishes we buy generally for a gratifying season, we can finish adult looking during solemnly deteriorating leftovers, for several days after a event. If you’ve got a sleepy stays of your gratifying cheeseboard staring behind during we each time we open a fridge door, we’ve got a unequivocally dishes to move them behind to life!
First up, a retro reversion to times when each home hexed a fondue set, either it wanted one or not! If that sounds like you, time to get that bad child out and make use of it. Should we be one of a few who didn’t finish adult winning a fondue set in a raffle, or carrying one foisted on we as a gift, 10 thousand Christmasses ago, we can improvise with a expel iron enamelled saucepan on a peaceful hob to warp a cheese. Why? Because fondue is behind in style.
No improved approach to use adult your leftover tough cheeses like cheddar, than with this baby. Follow this recipe from Ballymaloe Country House, and you’ll shortly be in fondue heaven. (Don’t argue. If it’s good adequate for Ballymaloe, it’s good adequate for you.)
If you’ve got blue cheese to use up, Tara Walker’s Tear and Share Bacon and Blue Cheese Bread is a answer. A beautiful golden fritter that creates a good bottom for swelling with pate or dipping in soups. Recipe from Tara’s East Coast Cookery School. You’ll make this in no time – and it will be left in no time. Guaranteed.
A revisit to a cinema these days isn’t finish but Nachos with melted cheese. Time to move that cinema provide to a lounge nearby you, with these illusory Cooleeney Three Cheese Nachos. What?!! Now you’re talking. Melted cheese sky awaits.
Did someone contend ‘Fancy a toastie?’ Yes, we consider they did! Knockanore Smoked Cheddar and Tuna Toasties are what up-market cheese on toast is all about! Just a break to fill a opening between some-more scoffing of a Christmas goodies. (You’ve unequivocally got to start holding this ‘eating a leftovers’ business seriously!)
Recipe from Knockanore Farmhouse Cheese in farming Co. Waterford.
Never mind partridges in pear trees, we’ve got Caramelised Pears with Blue Cheese. This one from a Good Food Ireland recipe bank, kills dual birds with one stone. (No partridges were spoiled in a creation of this recipe.) A good possibility to make use of any leftover Boyne Valley Blue Goat’s Cheese, or other blue cheese we had on a cheeseboard, and uninformed pears you’ve got left in a fruit bowl, for a elementary and anniversary light lunch salad. Yummy. P.S. This also works with slices of caramelised developed uninformed mango or pineapple, if we occur to have bought these fruits and not used them yet.