Posts Tagged ‘goats cheese’

Baby Beetroot & Goat’s Cheese Tarte Tatin

Baby beetroot and goat's cheese tarte tatin - sweet, tangy beetroot with cheddar puff pastry and creamy goats cheese.

Baby beetroot and goat's cheese tarte tatin - sweet, tangy beetroot with cheddar puff pastry and creamy goats cheese.

Beetroot is such a versatile vegetable and is also incredibly good for you, not to mention it’s beautiful, intense colour. Despite the fact that it is one of my favourite vegetables, I don’t think that I have a single recipe using it on the blog! (Until now). That’s a shame because there are so many brilliant ways to use it, from soup to chocolate cake; I will make sure that I remember to post more recipes using beetroot from now on. (more…)

Double Pumpkin Goats Cheese Pizza

Double pumpkin goats cheese pizza - pumpkin puree in the pizza bread dough, topped with roasted pumpkin and red onion, tomato sauce, mozzarella and goats cheese

As I stated in my last post, I’m not quite done with pumpkin yet. Today I’ve got this colourful double pumpkin goats cheese pizza for you; what makes it double pumpkin you ask? Well, not only did I top the pizza with chunks of roasted pumpkin, but much like the chocolate ginger pumpkin bread wreath that I posted last week, I made the pizza dough using pumpkin puree. This not only gives it a lovely orange colour, but is also a great way to pack in a bit of extra veg. (more…)

Butternut Squash And Goat’s Cheese Pies

butternut squash goats cheese pesto pies

I like the idea of winter, but am less than enamored with the reality. I like the idea of going for a dog walk on a crisp, frosty winter morning, until I get outside and my fingers go numb, my nose starts streaming and it hurts to breathe…I like the idea of snow (and do enjoy it for about an hour) but then it gets trodden into brown slush and the pavements turn into sheets of ice. The one instance in which the reality is as satisfying as the idea when it comes to winter, is the food and drink – mulled wine, gingerbread, stollen, mince pies, eggnog, christmas pudding, panettone, yule logs, crumble, christmas cake…and pies. There is something inherently comforting about wrapping food in pastry on a cold, miserable day. (more…)