Savoury little baked muffins, with goat's cheese mini log, green olives and rosemary
For a light and airy muffin, don't overmix the batter and gently fold in the goat's cheese and olives. Experiment with the ingredients by swapping the olives and rosemary for sun dried tomato amd black olives or for caramelised onion.
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Award-winning chef Sophie Wright is the French goat's cheese Ambassador. She says, "I'm passionate about simple, practical recipes. French goat's cheese is so versatile and easy to use, as it moulds well with lots of food styles. Just pick up some chèvre at your local supermarket or local deli. It can be used to whip up mouthwatering meals at short notice. Ranging from mild to strong, creamy to hard, chèvre is great as a lunchtime treat or a sophisticated dinner party dish."
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