How to Serve:
- served warm on salads or with fruits for dessert
- used as a dressing for canapés, quiches, and various dishes
- served in a tray, hot on toast appetizer
- pairs well with dried fruits such as raisins or prunes
- Lucious topping on a toast or baguette slices seasoned with salt and pepper and olive oil or honey drizzle
- excellent company to exquisite recipes like frangipane pie with jam and honey, or chèvre ice cream
Wine pairing: light white wines like Chardonnay or Sauvignon Blanc, sweet wine like Sauterne, red wine like Beaujolais
Appetizer platter: Buchette - Raisins - Prunes - Toasts (toasted baguette, sliced)
Cheese board: Comté - Munster - Bûchette
Buchette and Smoked Salmon Carpaccio
200 g smoked salmon
8 thin slices or 2 rounds of Buchette goat cheese
Rock salt and ground pepper
4 tbsp olive oil
Juice from half lemon
1 green onion, chopped
1 tbsp dill, chopped
a pinch of garlic powder
Arrange smoked salmon slices for carpaccio on a plate.
Prepare the marinade in a bowl by mixing all its ingredients.
Brush salmon layers with the marinade.
Top with the slices/rounds of the buchette goat cheese.
Pour the marinade over it.
Season with sprinkles of salt and pepper.
Serve with toast and enjoy!
Pasteurized goat's milk, salt, ferments
*Allergen information: contains milk
Goat cheese, also known as chèvre, provides healthy fats, vitamins, and minerals and is an excellent source of protein.
Although served in small amounts, it provides a decent protein count as well as calcium, vitamin A, and iron. It is a good source of vitamins B2 and B6, copper, and phosphorus as well. It has healthy fats and naturally growing probiotics from its lactic ferments, which aid in producing good bacteria.
Cheese made of goat's milk is also relatively better in being digested compared to that made of cow's milk with its relatively low content of lactose of the same comparison.
Variety and portion control are key elements in a well-balanced diet and 2-3 portions of dairy in a diet may aid in getting optimal health for the support of bones, absorption of minerals, and metabolism.
Storage: Keep refrigerated between +2 - +8°C in its original packaging.
Shelf life: 2-3 weeks refrigerated in original packaging
Consume within 7 days upon opening.