15:12 30 March 2010
Many recipes add cheese as the finishing touch, and when we think about cooking with cheese we tend to think of using parmesan in our pasta, or some mature cheddar topped on toast.
But there are many different food ideas out there for making cheese the centre piece of your dish, and there are many different varieties out there.
In fact, in France alone, there are over 1,000 different types of cheeses made ranging from Camembert to Époisses, and, of course, the well-known goat's cheese which delights everybody's palate.
Available from the mildest soft cheese to the hardest strong cheese, this creamy cheese comes in many different flavours and textures. It tastes great too, when baked in the oven and spread on bread.
Made all over France, and especially in the Loire Valley and Poitou regions, goat's cheese tastes great and also makes a fantastic alternative for those that are allergic to cow's milk.
In the following video, chef Sophie Wright shows you just how easy it is to create a simple but tasty goat's cheese log slice, roasted beetroot and parsnip salad that you can enjoy anytime:
For more delicious goat's cheese recipe ideas visit www.frenchgoatscheese.com
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