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Posted: 06-Nov-2004, 04:37 PM
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I just love cheese. I give most a major thumbs_up.gif


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What a selection! I think that I might go broke just orderering cheese! Thanks for sharing. smile.gif
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Ok it seems everyone liked the link, now how about some recipes using the cheeses you purchased ?


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If no one has visited that link in awhile there have been many additions and changes to what is offered.
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I made this with the "seriously strong Scottish cheddar" OH BOY were they good! Iadded just a pinch more cayenne to it since I like things hot.

Recipe Name: SCOTTISH CHEESE SCONES
Category: CHEESE
Serves: 4

SOURCE IGOURMET.COM

1/2 cups self raising flour
1oz salted butter
1 large egg
2 tbsp whole milk
4oz Mull of Kintyre or Seriously Strong Scottish cheddar
1/3 tsp salt
1 1/4 tsp mustard powder
Pinch of Cayenne pepper

1. Mix the flour, salt and pepper together.
2. Massage in the butter and then slowly mix in the grated cheese.
3. Beat the egg and add in the milk; add mixture to the dry ingredients to create a soft, elastic dough.
4. Roll out the mixture on a lightly floured surface. Cut into round shapes and place on a well greased tray.
5. Brush the top with milk and sprinkle a little extra cheese and pepper on top.
6. Bake in a pre-heated oven in the center at 400 until golden brown

Addendum to above recipe ( 9/24/2005 ):

I made these again today using the above recipe with the substitution of my own ground smoked hot pepper instead of cayenne and I also added a tsp of Captain Morgan Spiced Rum to the egg and milk mixture. I aslo added 1 tbls of Mature Blue Stilton Cheese with the Cheddar! OH BOY!

That is all I can say... the whole batch was gone in less then 5 minutes!

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Recipe Name: STILTON MASHED POTATO WITH TOASTED WALNU
Category: SIDE DISH
Serves: 4

SOURCE IGOURMET.COM

4 oz STILTON cheese rind removed
2 lbs (about 4 large) potatoes
2 oz walnuts roughly chopped
3/4 cup milk
freshly ground black pepper
salt and nutmeg

Onion Gravy:

1 large yellow onion halved and sliced
2 tbsp vegetable oil
1 tbsp plain flour
1 1/2 c. chicken stock boiling
2 tbsp brown sauce optional

Peel and quarter the potatoes, cover with cold water, bring to a
boil and cook for 20-25 minutes until they begin to fall apart.
Drain the potatoes, leaving a little of the cooking water in the
pan.
Add the potatoes and mash until there are no lumps, stir
in the milk, mix in the walnuts, crumble in the Stilton and
season to taste with salt, pepper and nutmeg.
Adjust the
consistency of the mashed potatoes with milk until it begins to
fall from the spoon.


To make the gravy, brown the onions in vegetable oil to give
them flavor. Stir in the flour, gradually add the chicken stock
and stir over heat to thicken. Serve with STILTON mashed
potatoes.


Recipe by Steven Wheeler for the Stilton Cheese Makers'
Association

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Double Gloucester with Onion & Chives Wraps
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Ingredients:
2 wraps, plain or flavoured
2 tablespoons soured cream
Sprinkling freshly chopped chives
1 red bell pepper, deseeded and cut into large chunks
1 orange pepper, deseeded and cut into large chunks
1 red onion, peeled and cut into large chunks
2 small chicken breasts, char grilled
4 oz Double Gloucester with Onion & Chives, cut into small cubes
Salt & pepper to season

Directions:
1. Sprinkle the vegetables with olive oil and oven roast until golden brown
2. Warm the wraps as per packet instructions
3. Spread each wrap with some soured cream, sprinkle with chives and season
4. Arrange the roasted vegetables and chicken over the top, leaving space around the edges to fold in the sides
5. Sprinkle the cheese over the top, fold in 2 sides and then firmly roll the wrap to form a sausage shape
6. Slice the wraps in half diagonally and serve immediately
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