Aged Goat Cheese Tartine with Sautéed Shallots and Spicy Plum Chutney Recipe

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Yearning for a grilled cheese? Try our twist on a classic year-round comfort food- tartine style- keeping the carbs somewhat in check for a lighter summer lunch.

grilled cheese sandwich

 

Our recipe features shallots, black pepper and three best-sellers from our Pantry:

Get grilling!

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Aged Goat Cheese Tartine with Sautéed Shallots and Spicy Plum Chutney Recipe
Instructions
  1. Cut goat cheese into thin wedges and set aside.
    sliced goat cheese
  2. Pour olive oil into medium-hot pan.
    olive oil in pan
  3. Add sliced shallots and stir frequently until softened and golden brown.
    sliced shallots in pan
  4. Spread chutney onto bread slice and arrange shallots on top of chutney.
  5. top with cheese wedges
    grilled cheese sandwich
  6. Place in broiler and check frequently. Ready when cheese is bubbly and browned in spots.
    grilled cheese sandwich
  7. Add pepper to taste (optional)
Recipe Notes

The following ingredients from the recipe are available to purchase on manhattanfruitier.com:

Villa Cappelli Extra Virgin Olive Oil 

Eleven Brothers Aged Goat Cheese from Boston Post Dairy.

Virginia Chutney Co.’s Spicy Plum Chutney

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A passion for handcrafted foods and love for their natural, aesthetic beauty brought Sarah Palmer to Manhattan Fruitier over 15 years ago where she has helped shape the art of gifting, designing fresh fruit baskets and fine food gifts of unequaled beauty and quality.

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