Goatcheese – red onion chutney bites
I love goatcheese so when I was asked by Bettine goatscheese to try some of their products I – ofcourse – did not say no! You can use goatcheese in so many different ways that I had a bit of trouble picking what I would do with the deliciousness in the box. I picked in the end two recipes and this one is the first and easiest… And maybe the best.. 😉 It is very simple to make. In this case I used a ready made red onion chutney that I bought on the Neighbourfood market from Kate’s Slow Jam
The combination of the two is really a match made in heaven.For the goatcheese you can use larger pieces but I opted to use the goatcheese with bacon rounds and I can only urge you to try for yourself! On retrospect I could have made the rounds a little smaller because it is easiest to eat when you can put it in your mouth in one go. Now they were a tiny bit on the large side. And because Tom does not like goatcheese I also made them with the onion chutney and leftover roasted chicken.. Also not bad, not bad!
Goatcheese - red onion bites
- Puff pastry defrosted
- red onion chutney
- Bettine goatcheese with bacon
- Fresh thyme
- 1 egg whiskes
- Take a round cutter of about 7 cm and cut little rounds from the puff pasty. Take another cutter that is slightly smaller and press inside of the cut out round,but don't cut it through entirely. Prick a few holes with a fork in the middle of the round. Fill the inside with the red onion chutney.
- Cut one of the rounds of goatcheese in half and put one half on your onion jam. Sprinkle some fresh thyme on top and brush the outside of the rounds with the whisked egg
- Bake in the oven for about 15 minutes till your cheese is golden and the dough risen and done.
The nutritional values above are calculated per portion. The details are based on standard nutritional tables and do not constitute a professional nutritional advice.
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