Pear and Goat cheese crostini. In small bowl, mix together sour cream and goat cheese with a fork until well blended. Add goat cheese and orange zest to the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with the paddle attachment. Top with a few slices of pear.
The flavors of goat cheese, pear and prosciutto work together perfectly. Combine cheese and milk to form a spreadable (but not wet) consistency. In the meantime, I'll be whipping my new favorite Roasted Honey Pear Crostini for a simple appetizer, because after all, it is pear season! You can cook Pear and Goat cheese crostini using 5 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Pear and Goat cheese crostini
- It’s 1 large of fresh bagett bread.
- Prepare 1 packages of chevere Goat Cheese.
- It’s 1 bunch of chives.
- It’s 2 large of Bosch Pears.
- Prepare 2 tbsp of honey.
Mouth-watering pears with honey and thyme, caramelized and paired with a delicious goat cheese, served on a crunchy piece of bread. Or just toss the bread in the toaster and then brush the toast with olive oil. Top each crostini with a smear of goat cheese, then a slice of pear and two raspberries. This is always a bittersweet time of year for us.
Pear and Goat cheese crostini step by step
- Slice up the bagett thin and toast them off in olive oil and a Lil salt.
- Slice thin the pears.
- Spread the goat cheese onto the crostini.
- Top with the pear drizzle with a little bit of honey.
- Chop up the chives and add a cpl just for garnish.
We're experiencing the post-Christmas blues after saying good-bye to my parents and in-laws, and reminiscing about plenty of silly moments. Meanwhile, mix the goat cheese and honey together until relatively smooth. If it's a little crumbly, that's ok. Spread the goat cheese mixture on the toasted bread. Before serving, drizzle each crostini with honey.