This is how you make about 25 cheese croquettes: Soak the gelatine in cold water. Meanwhile, melt the butter with the garlic clove in a pan over medium-high heat. Once the butter is melted add the flour and stir until cooked. Keep stirring and then add the stock little by little until everything is absorbed. Turn off the heat and add the cheese, mustard, onion powder, pepper, soaked gelatine and salt. Stir well and then put the mixture in a baking dish with foil over it. Leave it to cool for an hour outside the fridge and then another about 4 hours in the fridge. For breadcrumbs, put the flour, eggs and breadcrumbs each in a separate deep dish. Roll balls of the cheese mixture and pass through the flour, then the egg and then the breadcrumbs. Put them in the fridge for a while and then it's time to deep-fry. About 3 minutes per ball.
We made this plank for Mother's Day. They actually deserve such a tasty board every day! Get creative and cut different cheeses into different shapes. Think cubes, dots, strips and so on. Distribute all supplies on the board and give it your own twist. We made the cheese butterflies based on a recipe by Cees Holtkamp and we used our own cheese for this. Ingredients: 6 slices of buttercream puff pastry 40 grams of butter 100 grams grated Henri Willig Cow Gold mature cow's cheese Salt White pepper Curry Preparation: Take 6 thawed slices of buttercream puff pastry and lay them on top of each other. Roll this out to a slice of about 30x40 cm Then make the cream. Put 40 grams of butter and 100 grams of grated mature cow cheese together in a bowl and mix until creamy. Make sure the cheese and butter are not cold, otherwise it will not mix together nicely. Once this is done, season with salt, white pepper and curry. Spread the cheese cream over the puff pastry but leave a border free over the long side, otherwise there will be a double amount of cream there. Fold the puff pastry inwards. Do this from both sides in 2 steps. So first fold in a strip of about 7 cm on both sides. And then repeat this again until both sides come together. Then brush one side with egg and fold the parts together. Now put the dough in the fridge for 1-2 hours to stiffen, so you can cut easily and sharply later. Remove the dough from the fridge, cut thin 2-4 mm strips and place on a baking tray lined with baking paper. You can make about 50-60 cheese butterflies with this recipe. Is the baking tray filled? Then bake the butterflies for 20 minutes at 170 °C Let them cool for a while and serve these pretty butterflies on the cheese board.
Not an Easter egg but a CHEESE egg! Attention cheese lovers, this Easter you will put a real cheese egg on the table during your Easter brunch or Easter drinks! Looks cosy, is super tasty and easy to make. Make sure you use different types of cheese, that way you have lots of variety! Cut it into various shapes such as dots, sticks and roll up slices. That way you get a playful whole. It is also nice to serve crack with it, some French bread and homemade puff pastry sticks, some grapes and delicious dips. Finish it off with the salami rose and some edible violets. On this board: Paprika cheese Gouda cheese Herb garlic cheese Cumin cheese Fig bread Cheese waffles garden herbs garlic 4 different cheese dips
Popping Spring Cheeseboard The happiest season of the year. Manon from @courgetticonfetti made another gorgeous, colourful spring cheese board. The cheeses you see on the board: Lavender cheese Green pesto cheese Smoked goat's cheese Sublime old sheep's cheese She also made 3 simple recipes and further filled the shelf with things you can put directly on it. Incredibly easy, but it looks great! The extra things on the shelf: Spicy mustard Chef's selection Roasted tomato dip Strawberries Olives Mandarin Radishes Nectarine Pistachios The 3 simple recipes: - Egg muffins with smoked goat cheese Preheat the oven to 180 degrees. Grate 50 g smoked goat cheese and keep half of it aside. Mix the other half of the cheese with 4 eggs, 6 sun-dried tomatoes (in pieces), 10 olives (in slices), 1 pressed clove of garlic, 1 tsp Italian herbs and a pinch of salt in a bowl and mix well. Grease a muffin tin (for 6 pieces) and divide the batter in it. Sprinkle the rest of the grated cheese over the top. Put them in the oven for 20 minutes. - Muhammara Mix 80g roasted paprika, 80g walnuts, 1 clove garlic, 1/2 tsp paprika, 1/2 tsp cumin, a pinch of cinnamon, 30ml olive oil and 20g pomegranate seeds in your mincer to make a tapenade. - Beetroot goat cheese Blend 1 beetroot and 200 g goat cheese until smooth. Present this explosion of colour on the table and enjoy!
This vegetarian snack is delicious for any time! Preheat the oven to 180 degrees Celsius. Make sure you have sliced the red onion, spring onion, pepper and jalapeños. For example in half rings and strips. Grate a generous portion of cheese. We used our Henri's Hero ramson cheese here, but our chilli cheese, young gouda cheese or herb-garlic cheese, for example, are also delicious. Place the tortilla chips in a baking dish and sprinkle the red onion, spring onion, pepper, corn, kidney beans and jalapeño peppers on top. Then spread the cheese over the baking dish. Put the dish in the oven until the cheese melts in about 10 minutes. Mash the flesh of the avocado with a fork. Add some lime juice and season with salt and pepper. Fill several bowls with the roasted tomato dip, avocado dip and crème fraîche, and serve with the baking dish of nachos. Dip and enjoy!
Loes made these súper easy cheese sticks! Defrost the slices of puff pastry. Cut each slice of puff pastry into 5 strips. Spread the beaten egg on the strips. Then sprinkle them with our cheese - Loes used the red pesto cheese, the herb garlic cheese and the limited edition sparkling wine cheese. But any cheese will do, of course! Place them in a preheated 200-degree oven for 20 minutes. Let them cool for a while and then serve them, for example, alongside a delicious cocktail plate or a bowl of soup.
A cheese board for dessert, but with Dutch cheese! A super easy recipe. Cut the different cheeses into nice slices or strips and place them on the plate. The most important thing is to get the order right. Start with the mild flavours and finish with the powerful cheese that has a strong flavour. On these plates, the order is as follows: - Young gouda, a creamy soft cow's cheese - Young sheep's cheese - Mature goat's cheese - Old cow's cheese - Extra old goat's cheese Lay these slices or strips neatly side by side on the plate and add a spoonful of apple syrup to the plate. Also add a few pieces of the cracker and a handful of nuts. These can again neutralise your taste between the different cheese flavours so that you taste each cheese well. And that was it! In short, a super easy dessert but still very pretty and flavourful.
Preparation: Cut the different cheeses into different shapes. For the pumpkin cheese, we cut cubes and also used a pumpkin die. Make strips, dots, cubes and possibly slices of the other cheeses. Also cut the plums. Place the different cheeses spread out on the cheese board. Sprinkle the nuts and plums between the different cheeses. Slice the grill sausage and place it between the cheeses as well. Fill the empty spaces with ghost chips. Add the dips and your plank is ready! We used small pumpkins and paper bats and spiders as decoration for this board.
A drinks board with quite a bit of variety! Indeed, on this board we have used young, old and smoked cheese, and that from cow's milk, goat's milk and sheep's milk. Cut the cheeses into different shapes. On this board, we choose strips, cubes, dots and wedges. The herb garlic cheese is cut into strips. This works best if you halve the cheese first. Then you make slices and turn these slices into the strips. We cut the fenugreek cheese into cubes. In doing so, we cut out a piece where you can put the cubes in between. And if you run out of cubes, you can just cut another piece off, of course! The old sheep's cheese can be sliced along the side. Because the piece of cheese is cut out of a larger wheel, you get those nice long slices of cheese. The smoked goat's cheese is cylindrical and by cutting it lengthwise and then cutting the halves again, you get long strips that you can then cut into smaller wedges. Spread the cheese on your board, and top it off with crackers, nuts and cheese salts. This plank also has apple segments and we chose 2 tasty mustards that taste good with the cheese. The plank is ready, time to enjoy!
Wonderful cheese board inspiration for Easter! Our regular tip for a creative cheese board; cut the different cheeses in different ways. On this cheese board: - Shaved slices of lavender cheese - Pieces of aged sheep's cheese - A rose of organic Jersey cheese - Sliced slices of Green Pesto cheese - Crackers - Tomato - Passion fruit - Pistachio nuts - Balsamic dip The beautiful flower shape was made by scraping the organic jersey cheese into slices and placing all the slices in a round dish around each other, it gives that nice effect! The green pesto cheese is cut into big wedges and placed in another dish. This way your cheeseboard is playful and just a bit different than usual! Thank you Manon from @courgetticonfetti for this bright creative board
A delicious spicy cheese board! Cut the baguette into very thin slices. Mix 3 tablespoons of arachid oil with the grated garlic clove, add some salt. Grease the slices of baguette with this mixture and bake until crispy in the oven. It will take about 6 minutes per side under the grill. It can also hot air at 200 degrees. But they tend to get burned very quickly. Meanwhile, cut the cheese into strips and cubes and decorate the cheeseboard nicely. Take a slice of serrano ham and a slice of goat cheese with truffle and put it on the sandwich. Grate some of the red chili cheese, finely chop 10 Taggia olives and mix together. Cut the puff pastry slices into 4 equal strands. Sprinkle the cheese-olive mixture on top and sprinkle with the sesame seeds. Bake at 200 degrees for 10 to 15 minutes in the oven. Garnish with the tomatoes, grapes and remaining olives. And enjoy this delicious snack, a spicy cheese board! Evelien from @gezelligerecepten, thanks for this beautiful and above all tasty cheeseboard!
Delicious platter with variety of Henri Willig cheeses combined with fruit as a nice variety Preparation: Use a cheeseslicer to shave slices of the matured cow cheese and place them nicely spread out on the board. Then place the other cheeses on the board, dividing them in several places. It is fun to cut the cheeses in different ways. For example strips, cubes, slices. Place the toast on the board. Cut the orange into slices and place them between the cheeses. Do the same with the apple pieces. The end result is a tasty and beautiful cheese board! Thanks to @_foodplaces_ for the pictures of this tasty cheese board!
This cheese platter is the start of the show! Preparation: Place the fig/balsamic dip around a central spot on your board Shave nice slices of the various family line cheeses and place them nicely around the fig/balsamic dip Then place the various cheeses all around. It's fun to cut these up in different ways, e.g., slices, cubes, slants. Place the crackers and biscuit bread with the cheeses Slice the blood orange and place it between the cheeses Do the same with the small pieces of apple Scatter the toasted walnuts and olives over your board Recipe for the jam: Peel the pear and cut it into very small cubes. Put them in a pan with 2 tablespoons of water and let it simmer for 5-10 minutes on high heat. Keep stirring well! You can use the spoon to break up the pieces of pear a little, so that it becomes a thick puree. At the last moment, add the balsamic vinegar and let simmer for another 1 minute. Put the balsamic pear jam in a small jar with a small spoon and serve with your cheeseboard Thanks to @courgetticonfetti for the beautiful cheese platter and recipe for the jam.
A palette full of color and cheese Tip for your cheese board: Cut all the cheeses into different shapes! This way it looks extra fun Cheeses on the board: - Lavender goat cheese - beautiful color and very unique, special flavor - Red chili cheese - for when you like cheeses with a little bit of spice - Aged goat cheese - won the award for the world's tastiest aged goat cheese in 2016 - Green pesto cheese - soft and creamy cheese with a beautiful green color Use knives and planers to cut the cheese into the desired shapes. Divide the cheeses on the board and garnish with vegetables, fruits and nuts. Fig Jam Recipe: - Cut the fresh and dried figs into small pieces. - Put them in a small saucepan with a splash of water and a tablespoon of sweetener (steviala, honey or maple syrup). - Put the heat on high and let everything simmer for 5 minutes while you keep stirring. - Blend with your hand blender until you have a nice smooth fig jam! Serve this delicious jam with the cheeses and enjoy! Thanks to @courgetticonfetti for this gorgeous board and the delicious recipe for the fig jam.
The preparation method for this colorful high cheese is very simple! Tools/ Supplies: - Shelf - Cheese knife - Cocktail sticks Preparation: - De-crust the cheeses and cut the cheeses into wedges - Cut fruits and vegetables into pieces/slices - Decorate the cheese wedges with the fruit / vegetables - Present decoratively on a board and use a cocktail stick where necessary - Make the number of each variation you need, for example 5.