Goat Cheese Appetizers
From warm goat cheese appetizers to a chilled combo with smoked salmon, these little bites will wow. This selection of goat cheese appetizers delivers the best flavor combinations.See Popular Goat Cheese Appetizers Recipes
A simple appetizer with a crunchy, flaky exterior and delicate goat cheese center that never fails to please guests.
This crostini from Karen Small at the Flying Fig in Cleveland, topped with goat cheese mousse, red-wine caramel, and strawberry compote, is a delightful example of a dish that combines sweet and savory. Each component can be used in a variety of sweet and savory ways: The caramel, for instance, is great drizzled over pecorino cheese or vanilla ice cream.
Goat cheeses comes in many shapes. If the goat cheese you find for this holiday appetizer recipe is in a log, use damp hands to shape it into a round.
Canned chipotles in adobo sauce, sold at Latin markets and many supermarkets, give this clever, creamy dip an enticing heat, and smokiness. The spiced pepitas (roasted and salted pumpkin seeds) scattered over the dip are addictive and great as a snack on their own.
Goat's-milk cheeses are typically lower in cholesterol, calories and fat -- and higher in calcium -- than cow's-milk ones. Here, creamy chevre is stuffed into antioxidant-rich mushrooms and topped with crispy herbed bread crumbs.
A few sun-dried tomatoes, tarragon and a dash of black pepper transforms goat cheese into this easy and elegant dip.
Easy to make, savory and delicious...impress your guests with this savory appetizer featuring goat cheese, roasted red pepper and arugula on a golden puff pastry crust.
One of the most traditional versions of this Italian appetizer, is also one of the quickest to assemble.
Goat cheese speckled with fresh thyme is the perfect creamy counterpoint to the sweet, tangy roasted peppers in this recipe. Serve these crostini as an appetizer or paired with a simple green salad for a light lunch.
With the make-ahead directions, you can prepare the phyllo rolls up to 3 months before the party, then bake them just before your guests arrive.
Soft goat cheese and an array of herbs flavor these bite-size appetizers. They're perfect for your holiday party menu or any other occasion.
Like sugar, honey caramelizes as it cooks. Here, warm honey is drizzled over a mixture of goat cheese and Greek yogurt, where it cools to a caramel-like consistency. For a crunchier topping, heat the honey until it reaches 250 degrees on a candy thermometer.
These crispy, cheese-stuffed bites are the kind of Mexican comfort food chef Sue Torres cooks. "You can stuff the mashed plantains with lots of fun things, like chorizo, beans, or shrimp," she says. The key to their success is finding ultraripe plantains, "so black and soft and sweet that you think you should throw them out." As with bananas, underripe plantains ripen more quickly when placed in a paper bag.
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To cut the calories in these appetizers, substitute Belgian endive leaves for the baked phyllo shells.
Give nutritious beets a chance to shine in vegetable recipes. Bring out rich mellow flavor in this salad recipe by serving baby beets with goat cheese and vinaigrette. The salad pairs well with beef.