"Goat cheese is seasoned with onion and herbs, rolled into savory truffles, and rolled with almonds, sprinkled with paprika or left plain for an easy and attractive appetizer." — Alexis de Portneuf
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1 (250 g) package
Chèvre des neiges (Snow Goat), cheese
green onions, finely chopped
chopped fresh herbs (your choice of thyme, basil, parsley, oregano…)
roasted almonds, finely chopped
Fabulous! I used about 1/8 teas of ground black pepper, because that's what I had. My Trader Joes chopped pecans were too big and almond meal was too powdery but worked; next time I'll chop almonds or pecans to an intermediary texture. Wet your hands a bit to form the balls. This recipe is a keeper. Yum!
I really enjoyed this recipe. It was easy to make, yet quite classy. I tried them with basil and thyme, and GREATLY preferred the thyme. Just be aware that this can be quite messy - you'll end up with goat cheese all over your hands and spoon!
These were great. I used fresh herbs (sage, oregano, basil) on half and nuts on the other half. Easy to make and turned out very impressive. Thanks for the recipe.
Recipe and photo from LCBO 'Food and Drink' magazine. It's terrific, and it turns out every time!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/24 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 24
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 36
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