Herbs Fresh cheese

Herbs Fresh cheese

Herbs Fresh cheese needs only a short ripening time and is therefore not as durable as firm cheese. Herbs Fresh cheese has a very soft spreadable consistency. It not only tastes good as a bread spread, but is also suitable as a base for dips or to round off sauces. Herbs Fresh cheese has a fresh taste and, depending on the type and quantity of herbs added, it is more or less spicy.

All data per 100 g:
304 kcal
4 g
7 g
23 g

Recipes with Herbs Fresh cheese

Baguette au gratin
Baguette au gratin can be prepared very well and only needs to be baked for a short time. Preheat oven to 200° C. ...
Bistro Poultry Salad
Bistro Poultry Salad tastes very good with fresh baguette. Clean the lettuce, pluck it and put it in a bowl. ...
Calamari with garlic sauce
Calamari with garlic sauce For calamari with garlic sauce, preheat deep fryer to 180° C. Fry calamares ink fish in two portions for 2 to 3 minutes. ...
Canapes with Kassler Cream
Canapes with Kassler Cream can be prepared very well. For the cream puree fresh cheese, cream and 100 g coarsely chopped Kassler cold cuts. ...
Cannelloni pasta casserole with ham
Cannelloni pasta casserole with ham For the filling of the cannelloni pasta casserole with ham, first mix fresh cheese and egg. Season with salt and pepper. ...
Carrots Leek Sliced
Carrots Leek Sliced For carrots leek strips first boil wild rice. Peel and slice the carrots. ...
Cheese Bacon Bagel
Cheese Bacon Bagel These cheese bacon bagels are baked and topped yourself. For the bagel with cheese, mix wheat flour type 405, dry yeast, salt and sugar. ...
Cheese Ham Pancakes
Cheese Ham Pancakes can be served hot or cold. Preheat baking oven to 200° C. ...
Cheese Muffins
Cheese Muffins are quick and easy to prepare. They taste warm or cold. ...

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