Book review: Cooking with Cheese

Book review: Cooking with Cheese

Finally a book dedicated to one of my favourite ingredients  – cheese! This book, which will be published by Ryland Peters & Small on 10 March 2016, is a treasure chest of fantastic recipes.

  Whether you want to make appetisers, soups, quiches, pastas, bakes or desserts, just to name a few categories, this book has lots of inspiring ideas.

The recipes are written clearly and are very easy to follow with simple steps. Beautiful photos accompany each recipe so you know what your end dish should look like.

From flicking through the book, my eyes got attracted to the Japaleno, tomato and Monterey Jack pasta bake.

  I decided to try this recipe out as I had also not cooked with Monterey Jack  before. This cheese is available in most Sainsburys, on their fresh cheese section, and Waitrose.

  The recipe was so easy to follow and the ingredients were easy to source. The dish itself was delicious and one I will definitely make again.

 
The next recipe I want to try is the blue cheese and walnut biscuits.This book is fantastic, especially if you love cheese and want to try to make different dishes with it. It does inspire you to try cheese you may not have tried before and it has over 80 recipes to choose from. It is great for dinner parties as there are so many different sections to choose from.

There is a great vegetarian recipe selection in the book too which was a nice surprise.

This book is out on 10 March 2016 and will be available from all good book shops for £16.99.

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