Goat Cheese Sauce is a light and delicate addition to almost any meal. Fresh goat cheese has an air of gourmet not found in the flavor of ordinary cow’s milk cheese sauces and it leaves a hearty, yet fresh taste behind. Serve goat cheese sauce as a dressing on salad, a sauce with pasta, or a dip for fresh vegetables. Goat cheese sauce is also spectacular when drizzled over grilled and is a great topping to any grilled vegetables and fried tomatoes. Goat Cheese Sauce is a quick and simple recipe with limitless possibilities! Here’s how to make yours in under 5 minutes.
Things You'll Need
2 cups fresh goat cheese
4 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
2 cups mixed fennel fronds, sweet cicely and chervil leaves
Sea salt (to taste)
Olive oil (for boiling water)
In a mixing bowl, whisk the goat cheese with the olive oil until they are fully incorporated and the paste is smooth, fluffy and light.
Mince, chop or tear the herbs and fold them into the goat cheese mixture.
Season lightly with salt (to taste). Be careful not to add too much salt as the cheese and herbs themselves are quite potent.
Store leftover sauce in the refrigerator in an airtight container.
If you prefer, you can substitute the 1 cup of fresh goat cheese with 3/4 cup fresh goat cheese and 1/4 cup of goat or cow’s milk.
Goat cheese sauce can be stores for 4 days in the refrigerator or in the freezer for up to 3 months.