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Marinated goats cheese



Marinated goats cheese

  • 1 litres goats milk
  • 1 pieces freshly squeezed lemon juice
  • 3/4 level teaspoons salt
  • 1-2 cloves garlic
  • 1 piece chilli
  • 6
    Preparation 5min
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Recipe's preparation

    Heating goats milk
  1. Pour goats milk into thermoix
    Place cup and lid
    Activate 15 min90 deg speed 2
  2. Pour in juice of 1 lemon, reserve 1 tablespoon for later
    Stir briefly with wooden spoon
    Let sit for 4 minutes
  3. Line steamer basket with 2 layers on muslin wrap
    Pour mixture into lined basket to strain goats milk fat from the whey
    Cover over mixture with Muslim wrap and apply pressure to strain whey
    Leave to strain for 30 minutes
    Reserve whey to make bread if you like
  4. Once strained, pour fat into bowl
    Add the reserved lemon juice
    Add 3/4 teaspoons of salt
    Put chilli in the bottom of garlic crusher and crush the 2 cloves of garlic through the chilli
    Add crushed garlic and chilli into the goats fat
    Mix well
  5. Shape the goats milk mixture into balls 1 teasooon at a time
    Place them into a clean/sterilised jar
    Full jar to just above to goats cheese with oil (I like to use grape seed oil as this stays liquid in the fridge unlike olive oil)
    Add chilli, garlic and thyme to the jar for decoration (not much gets infused into the cheese
    Store in fridge
  6. Use goats cheese straight away or can be stored in fridge for up to 1 month as long as it is covered with oil at all times.
  7. I use it as a cream cheese spread, on a cheese board, very nice with smoked salmon
    I'm not being biased but I think this is the best goats cheese ever

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Can experiment with different herbs to get different flavours.

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