Fresh goat cheese with date syrup and lavender

Fresh goat cheese with date syrup and lavender
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Many people find cooking relaxing. After a hard day’s work, many people conjure up creative dishes in their kitchen at home. In the process, exotic ingredients find their application and the call for practical kitchen aids becomes loud.

Tasty and versatile

A recipe with versatile use, offers the fresh goat cheese with date syrup and lavender flowers. Cooking is almost exaggerated for the preparation, because all the ingredients are just mixed together.

Ingredients:

  • cup of natural fresh goat cheese (approx. 150 g)
  • tablespoons of date syrup
  • good pinches of dried lavender flowers
  • a pinch of cinnamon

Lavender has a calming effect and is therefore a beneficial ingredient in case of stress. Apart from the particularly subtle flavor nuances that really come out in the goat cheese. If you don’t like the texture of the mixture, you can also puree the lavender flowers in a little milk or coconut water.

Cinnamon takes the heaviness out of fresh goat cheese and has a positive effect on digestion and the intestines.

The further use

The cream of fresh goat cheese can be used in the oven or directly after completion in raw mushrooms or tomatoes as an appetizer. Figs or puff pastry rolls filled with the cream are recommended for the oven.

The traditional plate with halved boiled eggs, gets a fresh touch with this cream.

If you are a fan of sushi, you can use this cream in the rolls. In combination with cucumber strips and smoked fish, this creation is unbeatable. But also under the raw fish strips on the ngiri, this recipe provides unique flavor explosions.

Stirred a little thinner (with milk or coconut water), the cream can become an excellent dip for savory snacks, celery sticks or cooked shrimp.

A little pep

Sweet and chili has already established itself in chocolates and ice cream. This blend works great here, too. In the context of sushi, a special pep can be created by stirring in some wasabi powder or cream.

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