Here is a first for my blog – my husband actually put this recipe together as a birthday treat for me. It was so delicious that I had to share it with you.
If you enjoy cheese fondue then forget about all of the hassle and just have this instead. It would be a perfect treat for your Valentine’s Day meal next weekend!
The meal came from my husband asking what I wanted for my birthday dinner. We hadn’t eaten in the house for three days, so thought it would be nice to stay in, and I naturally answered his question with “cheese”.
This was a wonderful, simple treat for a birthday meal – give it a go. This will serve 2.
2 small camenbert
4 cloves garlic
2 sprigs rosemary
1 loaf crusty bread
6 celery sticks
100g green 0lives
A selection of cured meats e.g. salami, chorizo
1. Preheat the oven to 200 degrees.
2. Take the camenbert from their boxes, remove any plastic packaging and put the cheese back in the boxes. Put a sprig of rosemary in the centre of each one. Stab the unpeeled garlic cloves with a knife and place 2 each on top of the camenbert. Bake the camenbert (on a baking tray) for 10 minutes. Place the bread in the bottom of the oven to heat through.
3. Cut your carrots and celery into batons – arrange the rest of your ingredients on a board and it’s done!