What to do with leftover goat’s cheese

Goat’s cheese is a creamy cheese made from goat’s milk. Use up leftover goat’s cheese in your cooking by trying these recipes.

What to do with leftover goat’s cheese

Recipes using goat’s cheese

How to use up leftover goat’s cheese

  • Marinated goat’s cheese
    Put pieces of goat’s cheese into a sterilised glass jar, add a few peeled cloves of garlic, fresh thyme sprigs and whole peppercorns, then pour over good quality olive oil to cover. Marinate for a week in the fridge. Use in salads or on toast.
  • Cheese croutons
    Tear up leftover day-old bread, toss in olive oil and season. Spread out on a baking sheet, crumble over goat’s cheese, then bake at 200°C/180°C fan/gas 6 until golden. Use in soup.
  • Leek and goat’s cheese parcels
    Cook finely sliced leek and onion until soft. Cool, put in a bowl, beat in an egg yolk and crumble in goat’s cheese, lemon zest and chopped fresh parsley. Cut 1 sheet of ready-made, all-butter puff pastry into triangles, top with the mixture, brush the edges with beaten egg, fold in half and seal. Brush with beaten egg and bake at 180°C/160°C fan/gas 4 for 10-12 minutes until golden.

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