Grilled goats cheese is one of my favourite starters, if it’s on a restaurant menu, odds are I’m going to order it! This cheese can come in so many varieties, you can get hard and soft versions, and you can get mild cheeses and really “goaty” ones too but I have to admit, I prefer it hot than cold on a cheeseboard.
Now I love a classic cheese on toast, but this one is the ULTIMATE cheese on toast which you can serve up to guests at a dinner party. The recipe uses a log of goats cheese, which you can cut into little rounds (rind on) and grill so the top becomes golden caramelised and the goats cheese is bubbly which oozes all over your toast.
I serve my recipe on toast, spread with a layer of caramelised onion marmalade, a side of rocket and a balsamic glaze.
Keep scrolling for the recipe!
Grilled Goats Cheese Toast – The Recipe
1 x 100g goats cheese round with rind, halved
2 crusty loaf slices
2 tsp caramelised onion marmalade
handful of rocket
balsamic glaze reduction, to serve
- Using a round cookie cutter, cut out a large circle of bread from each slice
- Heat the grill to high
- Toast one side of the bread and flip over
- Top the untoasted slice of bread with a round of goats cheese each and grill for five minutes, until the top is golden and caramelised and the cheese is bubbling
- Add the balsamic glaze reduction to your plate in a round circular pattern around the edge of the plate
- Place the toast and cheese in the middle of the plate, top with rocket and a spoonful of caramelised onion marmalade
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