Goat Cheese Tart Recipes

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Mushroom Cheese Tart (Savory Tart Recipe) Recipe

Making savory tarts is pretty simple. All you need is a crust, a filling and usually a cheese topping. I pair these tarts with a green salad, which make a healthful, tasty, light meal.

I prepared a vegetarian tart with California Lavash pizza lavash as the pie crust. I put together two layers of lavash for sturdiness. The filling is a combination of caramelized onions, sautéed mushrooms, marinara sauce and soy chorizo. I garnished the tart with goat cheese topping and shredded Parmesan.

I've really enjoyed cooking with California Lavash breads; check back again tomorrow and see another new recipe using the delicious soft flatbread! And don't forget to enter our giveaway this week. Just click the "like" button below and you’re entered in the contest! At the end of the week, we’ll pick three winners at random who will win two bags of whole wheat, original, spinach and pizza lavash. You’ll l♥ve it!

Pizza Lavash Recipe with Picture


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Pumpkin and Goat Cheese Tartlet Appetizers Recipe

Whenever we host parties, I always like to serve bite-size appetizers. For our most recent fete, I made small savory tartlets filled with mashed pumpkin and Butter Gold potatoes. For extra creaminess, I added crumbled goat cheese along with some sesame-flavored candied walnuts for crunch.

The wrapping was made of puff pastry, which I’ve also used for many other types of appetizers. Whatever filling you choose, these cute miniature appetizers are always a hit.


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Savory Goat Ricotta Cheese Puffs Recipe

There are guests coming tomorrow, and as usual I had no clue about what to make. I scoured my pantry and found a bag of macadamia nuts, just waiting to be used. I made walnut pesto yesterday, and I didn't feel like making another pasta and pesto dish. As they say, variety is the spice of life. 

I think appetizers are perfect for dinner parties; they allow people to nibble without interrupting the flow of conversation. I often make some sort of mini puff pastry, and I thought a macadamia pesto would be the perfect filling. However, a traditional pesto would be too thin on its own, so I added some homemade crème fraîche and some goat ricotta cheese. As you may have noticed, I'm a huge fan of goat ricotta cheese, and I get it whenever it's available at the local creamery.

Today, I made the pesto and the dough, tested out and baked a couple of puffs in the oven for tasting. The smell was intoxicating, and it was really difficult to snap a couple of photos before everyone descended upon them. 

You can freeze both the pesto and the dough. If you often have last minute guests as we do, it's easy to pop them out of the freezer and bake them. Your guests will love them, and you'll be a rockstar without much effort!


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