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Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Berry Compote With Goat Cheese Cream

         I love to browse the food section, of our local newspaper. It's a weekly treat  for me to look, at the nice food pictures and  recipes with seasonal fruits and veggies in it. This time of the year it's loaded with recipes with berries and cherries. This one has blueberry and goat cheese cream.
berry compote
berry compote with goat cheese cream


For cream cheese:
2 cups      milk                      
3               egg yolks              
1/2 cup     granulated sugar  
2 tbs         cornstarch            
1/2 cup     fresh goat cheese 
1/2 tsp      vanilla extract       
1/2 tsp      salt  
                      
Berry compote:
2 cups      fresh blueberry     
1/2 cup    lemon juice           
2 tbs        granulated sugar    
fresh mint or basil leaves for serving  
    
To make goat cheese cream:
1. Pour the milk into a large saucepan and heat over high/med setting.
2. Whisk together the yolks, sugar, salt and cornstarch in a separate bowl until evenly mixed.
3. When the mix is hot, gradually pour the yolk mixture whisking constantly, until its smooth.
4. Pour the mixture back into the pan and cook whisking constantly, until it boils and thickens.
5. Turn off the heat and crumble in goat cheese.
6. Let sit for a minute to soften the cheese, then whisk well until it's smooth.
7. Whisk in the vanilla and set aside.

To make compote:

1. In a saucepan in medium/high heat add the berries,lemon juice and sugar.
2. Cook until berries start to pop and juice thickens(about 5 mins).
3. Ladle the goat cheese cream into serving dishes then top a spoonful of compote.
4. Chill and serve cold.garnish with fresh mint leaves.

Thanks for taking the time to visit my blog. If you try this recipe, please comment on it. I like to hear how it came out.
                                               ENJOY :)
                                         
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3 comments:

Isobel Higley said...

This looks super tasty! I have wanted to make Berry Compote and now I finally have a tasty recipe.
Thank you so much for the post! :)

Neela Rufus said...
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Neela Rufus said...

Thanks! pls tell me how it turnes out.