Are you looking for amazing recipes that incorporate Cheshire cheese?
Look no further!
In this article, I’ve compiled 11 mouthwatering recipes that will have you coming back for more.
From classic dishes to creative twists, these cheshire cheese recipes will be sure to tantalize your taste buds.
Read on to discover all the deliciousness that cheshire cheese has to offer!
Cheshire cheese & ham on toast
When you’re feeling snacky, why not try something with a kick?
This Cheshire cheese and ham on toast recipe is the perfect way to enjoy a tasty afternoon snack.
With buttery toast, peppery mustard, thick slices of ham, chives, and creamy Cheshire cheese, it’s sure to be a hit!
Here are some tips and tricks to make this recipe even better:
- Toast the bread until it’s golden and crisp
- Use a sharp knife to cut the cheese into thin slices
- Try serving with a side salad or pickles
- Add extra flavor by sprinkling paprika or herbs on top
- Use a toaster oven to melt the cheese for extra gooey goodness
Potato, Cheshire cheese and spring onion tarts
Your family is going to love these delicious Potato, Cheshire Cheese, and Spring Onion Tarts!
Something about the combination of creamy potatoes, zesty cheese, and fragrant spring onions is sure to bring smiles to everyone’s faces.
Plus, these tarts are super easy to make, with minimal preparation and cook time.
Here are a few tips to help you make the most out of this recipe:
- Use a mandoline slicer to get perfect potato slices.
- Make sure to season the potatoes with salt and pepper before baking.
- Add some fresh herbs to the cheese and spring onion mixture, such as chives or parsley.
- Bake until the potatoes are golden and the pastry is crispy.
Cheshire Cheese and Onion Pie
This pie reminds me of a comforting hug!
Its simple ingredients of Cheshire cheese and onion are a match made in heaven, creating a delicious and flavorful dish.
The egg and butter used in the pastry bring texture and flakiness, and the thyme adds a hint of herbaceousness.
To get the best out of this dish, make sure to leave the pie to rest for a short while at room temperature.
Here are some tips and tricks to help you get the most out of this recipe:
- Use a coarse grater to grate the Cheshire cheese.
- To make the pastry, cut the butter and lard into cubes, and rub into the flour with your fingertips.
- Once the pastry is ready, roll out into a large circle and use it to line a greased pie dish.
- When slicing the onion, opt for banana shallot for a sweeter flavor.
- To finish the pie, brush the top with the beaten egg.
Cheshire cheese and roasted red pepper toasts
Whether you serve these cheesy toasts as an appetizer, side dish, or snack, they are sure to be a hit! Imagine butter-basted toasts topped with sweet roasted peppers and a citrusy, light cheese.
The combination of flavors is simply mouthwatering.
- To make the toasts, simply melt the butter and add minced garlic and chilli flakes (optional).
- Then, top the baguette slices with sweet pointed or Romano peppers, grated Cheshire cheese, and dried parsley.
- Finally, bake in the oven until the cheese is melted and the toasts are golden brown.
For the best results, here are some tips and tricks:
- Use fresh peppers, either pointed or Romano, for maximum flavor
- For an extra kick, add chilli flakes to the butter mixture
- Bake the toasts until the cheese is melted and the toasts are golden brown
- Serve the toasts as a snack, appetizer, or side dish
Organic Cheshire Cheese Melt with Apple and Red Onion Relish
How about trying this delicious Organic Cheshire Cheese Melt with Apple and Red Onion Relish?
This easy and quick 5-minute recipe is perfect for two people, and can make for a great lunch or snack.
With its combination of organic olive oil, butter, onion, apple, sugar, balsamic vinegar, farmhouse loaf or ciabatta bread, Cheshire cheese, and herbs such as rosemary or thyme, you’ll be sure to create a unique and flavorful dish.
Here are some tips to make the perfect cheese melt:
- Heat the olive oil and butter in a pan and then add the onion and apple, cooking until softened.
- Add the sugar and balsamic vinegar to the pan and stir to combine.
- Spread the cheese slices over the toast and top with the onion and apple relish.
- Place under a preheated grill for a few minutes until the cheese is melted and golden.
- Finish with a sprig of herbs for added flavor.
Cheshire cheese, thyme & apple soda bread
Bread just gets me… it’s so comforting and delicious.
So I’m thrilled to share this awesome recipe for Cheshire cheese, thyme, and apple soda bread.
The combination of ingredients is inspired and the result is a cheesy, herby, and sweet loaf that’s sure to be a hit.
For the best results, use firm, slightly salted butter and British Apples. And don’t forget to let the dough rest before baking!
Here are some tips for making this recipe:
- Use a sharp knife or a pastry cutter to cut the butter into small pieces
- Make sure to use bicarbonate of soda, not baking powder
- Let the dough rest for at least 30 minutes before baking
- Bake on a preheated baking sheet for an even cook
- Serve warm with butter and a drizzle of honey!
Macaroni with Cheshire Cheese
Your kids will love this easy Macaroni with Cheshire Cheese recipe!
This delicious dish is made with macaroni, grated Cheshire cheese, Ritz cracker crumbs, butter, and a few other simple ingredients.
It’s creamy, cheesy, and the perfect comfort food for any night of the week.
To make this dish extra special, try adding a bit of milk to the mix for added moisture and flavor.
Here are a few tips for making this recipe a success:
- Use a high-quality Cheshire cheese for the best flavor
- Add in a pinch of your favorite herbs for a flavorful twist
- Top with extra cracker crumbs for a crunchy texture
- Don’t be afraid to experiment with different cheeses
- Use a bit of milk to add moisture and flavor to the dish
Cheshire Cheese and Smoked Salmon Quiche
If you like smoked salmon and Cheshire cheese, try this delicious quiche!
It’s the perfect combination of savory and creamy flavors.
The pastry is made with white vegetable fat and grated Belton Farm Cheshire cheese, while the filling is made with chunks of smoked salmon, chopped spring onions, dill, and more grated cheese.
Make sure to beat the eggs and mix in the crème fraiche for a light and creamy quiche.
Here are some tips and tricks to make the perfect quiche:
- Pre-bake the pastry for a crispier quiche
- Use freshly grated cheese for the best flavor
- Add more herbs for extra flavor
- Adjust the amount of smoked salmon to your preferences
- Don’t overbake, or the quiche will be dry
Cheshire Cheese Stuffed Chicken Thighs
Since chicken thighs are a popular cut of meat and Cheshire cheese is a great flavor enhancer, this recipe for Cheshire Cheese Stuffed Chicken Thighs is an ideal combination.
The combination of garlic and cracked black pepper Cheshire cheese with Spanish Serrano ham creates a delicious, flavorful dish.
This dish is sure to be a hit at any dinner party!
Here are my tips for making this recipe a success:
- Make sure to properly season your chicken thighs with salt and pepper before stuffing them.
- Cook the chicken to an internal temperature of 165°F.
- Use a food processor to finely chop the Cheshire cheese and Serrano ham for easier stuffing.
- If desired, add a sprinkle of your favorite herbs on top for an extra burst of flavor.
Cheese and Herb Mini Quiche
Oh my! Cheese and Herb Mini Quiches are a delicious and easy-to-make snack that are sure to impress.
This recipe is sure to please with its combination of Cheshire cheese and fresh herbs, all enveloped in a flaky, buttery pastry.
And, it’s a cinch to put together – all you need is a roll of shop-bought pastry and a few ingredients.
To make these quiches extra special, try adding a bit of garlic or a sprinkle of Parmesan cheese.
Here are some tips and tricks to help you make these delicious mini quiches:
- Pre-bake the pastry before adding the filling to ensure your quiches come out crisp and golden.
- Use a food processor to quickly chop the onion and herbs.
- For extra flavour, add a pinch of nutmeg to the filling.
- Bake the quiches for about 20 minutes or until golden.
Buttermilk Scones with Cheshire Cheese and Chives
How do you feel about trying your hand at making these delicious buttermilk scones with Cheshire cheese and chives?
These scones are the perfect way to use up the last of your favorite cheese, and they’re sure to be a hit with everyone at your table.
With a bit of self-raising flour, mustard powder, salt, cayenne, butter, egg, and buttermilk, you can create a light and fluffy scone with a lovely cheesy flavor.
Top them with grated Cheshire cheese and a little cayenne, and you’ll be in for a real treat.
Tips and Tricks:
- Use freshly snipped chives for the best flavor
- Brush the tops with a little milk before baking for a golden finish
- Serve the scones warm from the oven with butter
- For a more intense cheese flavor, add more grated Cheshire cheese in the batter
11 Ways To Use Cheshire Cheese
- Cheshire cheese & ham on toast
- Potato, Cheshire cheese and spring onion tarts
- Cheshire Cheese and Onion Pie
- Cheshire cheese and roasted red pepper toasts
- Organic Cheshire Cheese Melt with Apple and Red Onion Relish
- Cheshire cheese, thyme & apple soda bread
- Macaroni with Cheshire Cheese
- Cheshire Cheese and Smoked Salmon Quiche
- Cheshire Cheese Stuffed Chicken Thighs
- Cheese and Herb Mini Quiche
- Buttermilk Scones with Cheshire Cheese and Chives
- Pick your favorite recipe from this list to serve for dinner tonight.
- Prepare the ingredients according to the recipe.
- Enjoy in no time!
Hi, I'm Benjamin. I love cooking, long walks, and my girlfriend! Here you’ll find simple and delicious recipes that you can make in 30 minutes or less.