'Foodie' Goats Cheese Pasta

'Foodie' Goats Cheese Pasta
 
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Ingredients

Ingredients
Method
 
  • Serves Two
  • * Goats Cheese 120g
  • * Butter 120g (Very Soft)
  • * Fresh Thyme Leaves 1 Teaspoon
  • * Small Clove Of Garlic Crushed
  • * Lemon 1 Zest & Juice
  • * Oven Dried Tomatoes 8 (See 'Foodie Surbiton' Recipe)
  • * Malden Sea Salt & Black Pepper
  • * Rocket 2 Handfuls
  • * Spaghetti 200g
  • * Parmesan Cheese To Taste
  • * Pine-nuts Small Handful
1. First Of All Remove Any Rind From The Goat's Cheese.
2. Beat The Goats Cheese With The Butter, Thyme, Garlic, Lemon Zest & Season With The Salt & A Few Good Twists Of Black Pepper.
3. Lay Out A piece Of Cling Film & Spoon The Butter Mix Into The Center Roll Into A Sausage Shape & Freeze, You Can Keep Frozen For Around A Month, Use As Required.
4. Bring A Large Pan Of Salted Water To The Boil. Cook The Pasta Until Aldente Around 10 Minutes.
5. Meanwhile Warm The Tomatoes In The Oven.
6. Drain The Pasta & Return To The Pan With A Slug Of Extra Virgin Olive Oil. Cut A Few Rounds Of Your Now Solid Butter Sausage & stir Into Your Pasta, Keep Stirring until Emulsified & Thick Loosen With One Or Two Spoons Of Creme fraich, Stir In The Rocket.
7. Arrange The Tomatoes On Two Pasta Bowls Top With The Pasta, Sprinkle With The Pine-nuts & Parmesan Serve & Enjoy.

'Foodie' Goats Cheese Pasta

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Method


1. First Of All Remove Any Rind From The Goat's Cheese.
2. Beat The Goats Cheese With The Butter, Thyme, Garlic, Lemon Zest & Season With The Salt & A Few Good Twists Of Black Pepper.
3. Lay Out A piece Of Cling Film & Spoon The Butter Mix Into The Center Roll Into A Sausage Shape & Freeze, You Can Keep Frozen For Around A Month, Use As Required.
4. Bring A Large Pan Of Salted Water To The Boil. Cook The Pasta Until Aldente Around 10 Minutes.
5. Meanwhile Warm The Tomatoes In The Oven.
6. Drain The Pasta & Return To The Pan With A Slug Of Extra Virgin Olive Oil. Cut A Few Rounds Of Your Now Solid Butter Sausage & stir Into Your Pasta, Keep Stirring until Emulsified & Thick Loosen With One Or Two Spoons Of Creme fraich, Stir In The Rocket.
7. Arrange The Tomatoes On Two Pasta Bowls Top With The Pasta, Sprinkle With The Pine-nuts & Parmesan Serve & Enjoy.
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