How do you serve Stilton cheese with apricots?

How do you serve Stilton cheese with apricots?

White Stilton with Apricots combines fresh English White Stilton with delicious dried apricots to create a uniquely flavored, fruity cheese. It goes well on a salad or served by itself on a platter. Try adding blueberries or cherries to your dish as well because they make a wonderful pairing with apricots.

What cheese has apricots?

Yorkshire Wensleydale cheese
Sweet & fruity; A perfectly balanced flavour combination of creamy, crumbly Yorkshire Wensleydale cheese with the sweetness of succulent apricots.

Can you eat white Stilton with apricots when pregnant?

Stilton. Though soft, mould-ripened and blue-veined cheeses aren’t safe to eat in pregnancy, stilton is considered safe to eat, as long as it’s pasteurised. This is because the risk of listeria contamination is very low in hard cheeses.

What can I make with white Stilton cheese?

Tasting notes White Stilton is aged for four weeks and has a light, fresh flavour and crumbly texture. It is a great alternative to feta cheese and is delicious used in cheesecakes, or as a quick and easy dessert topped with figs and drizzled with honey. Try with Pinot Grigio for the perfect accompaniment.

How do you eat blueberries with Stilton?

White Stilton with Blueberries will add a punch of colour to a cheeseboard and can be served with crackers as a dessert cheese, enjoyed with a glass of port. As with the majority of our cheese, White Stilton with Blueberries is suitable for vegetarians.

What do you eat apricot Stilton with?

Ilchester® White Stilton Cheese with Apricot

  • Makes a delicious snack served simply on a cracker.
  • Serve with a ripe pear or crisp apple, artisan bread and chutney.
  • Perfect over a salad topped with pears and walnuts.

Can you freeze Wensleydale and apricot cheese?

For specific information please contact us. Normally our cheese is guaranteed for 4 weeks/28 days. You can also freeze our cheese: We advise wrapping portions in tin foil, labelling and can freeze for up to three months. Defrost in the fridge.

Is Wensleydale cheese vegetarian?

From Yorkshire Wensleydale, to Wensleydale Blue, to Yorkshire Wensleydale & Cranberries, our cheeses are matured under the watchful eye of our specialist Cheese-grader. All of our cheese is vegetarian. Our blended cheese range is carefully combined with the finest ingredients.

Can you eat feta pregnant?

Which ones should I avoid? Soft, unpasteurized cheeses like feta, Brie, Camembert, blue-veined cheeses, and goat — as well as ready-to-eat meats like hot dogs and deli meats — may contain Listeria, bacteria that cause mild flu-like symptoms in most adults but can be very dangerous for unborn babies.

What cheese can I use instead of Stilton?

These Are The 7 Best Substitutes For Stilton Cheese

  • Gorgonzola.
  • Roquefort.
  • Fourme D’Ambert.
  • Bleu D’Auvergne.
  • Danish blue.
  • Feta cheese.
  • Dorblu cheese.

Is White Stilton cheese stinky?

This might be one of the famous and most-wanted stinky cheeses. The Blue Stilton is different from White Stilton because of its strong smell and taste. It is a cow’s milk cheese coming from England. As the cheese ages, it becomes more soft and smelly.

What is cranberry Stilton?

Crumbly fresh White Stilton made from locally-sourced milk is blended with the great taste of succulent cranberry for a rich, fruity flavour. A sweet and crumbly cheese which is perfectly matched with a glass of Riesling . Serve on digestive biscuits for a sweet taste sensation.

What is blueberry Stilton?

Blueberry stilton, is everything you would expect of a blue cheese, except the mold. It is white in color studded with blueberries. Its not as pungent a true blue, but definitely retains that edge and tang which surprisingly marries well with the fruit. Stilton comes in a lot of fruit combinations.

What is White Stilton cheese?

White stilton is a young cheese and is usually sold at just 4 weeks old. It’s made from pasteurised cows’ milk from local herds from the three Stilton counties.

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