An open apple tart with a modern twist with added raisins and small goat's cheese
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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."
These delicious fish cakes have a secret molten fondant of creamy French goat's cheese in the middle, so no need to serve with a sauce!
Selles-Sur-Cher is a dry French goat's cheese packed with flavour which perfectly complements asparagus. This is a perfect starter for any occasion
A warm French goat's cheese salad with pear, endive and pomegranate seeds that's bright and colourful. Perfect as a side dish, starter, main course or lunch.
A modern take on an old favourite - this no-pastry tart is scrummily sticky with lots of lemon taste to balance its sweetness
Celebrity chef Marcus Wareing's fantastic recipe for baked egg custard tart serves 8, but be prepared for it to only serve 4 because everyone will want a double helping!
Strawberries, cream and a dash of cinnamon - the perfect pudding combination.
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