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Recipe for Goat cheese toasted sandwich French style!

Goats cheese in a cylinder shape and a bowl of honey

Goats cheese and honey are the perfect taste combination. Pop them between two slices of bread and toast them and you have a quick, easy to make sensational feast.

Ingredients for 12 pieces:

12 thin slices of baguette
12 slices of goat’s cheese log
Liquid honey
Thyme or rosemary (Fresh is best)

Preheat the oven to 180 ° C.

Arrange the goat cheese slices on the bread slices. Add a touch of honey to each toast and sprinkle with thyme or rosemary.

Bake for about 10 minutes until the toast is golden. Serve hot.

Perfect wine pairing for goats cheese

One of the most classic wine pairings with goat cheese is a nice Sauvignon Blanc from the Loire Valley. This French region produces both tangy goat cheeses and bright white wines with crisp acidity that intertwine perfectly. In this case though, Laurent Yung of Sommailier.com. French wine club in the US says “let’s venture out to Bordeaux!” His choice is a delicious wine that combines the roundness of Semillon with the tart acidity of Sauvignon Blanc and Sauvignon Gris, to mirror the sweetness brought by the honey drizzle.

Fleur des Pins Blanc is made from 50% Semillon, 25% Sauvignon Blanc and 25% Sauvignon Gris. Its aromas of honey, apricot and white flowers will pair perfectly with the honey while its mouth-watering acidity will balance its medium bodied structure and make it an ideal companion to the goat cheese. The touch of toast from the oak barrel ageing will be perfect with the crunchy French baguette.

More French cheesy delights

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Southern French style goats cheese and honey toastie with saffron for extra flavour

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Raclette – a cheesy Alpine treat

Flammekueche – or tarte flambée – like a pizza, but better!

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