How to Serve:
- classic pair to a slice of bread
- goes well with potato sautéed or baked and cheese dish
- toss into salads with onions
- excellent addition to omelettes, quiches, and pies
- flavor with cumin and serve with beer
- the star of the recipe Munster Tartiflette
Wine pairing: Gewurztraminer, Alsace Pinot gris, Riesling
Cheese and fruit platter: grapes, sweet apples
Cheeseboard: Munster - Brie - Brillat Savarin
2 g smoked bacon
2 Munster cheese slices
2 tbsp spring onions, finely chopped
1/2 tbsp garlic, finely chopped
125 ml of cream fraiche
Salt and pepper
1 knob of butter for cooking
Wash and peel the potatoes, cut them into slices.
Cook in saltwater for 10 minutes, making sure that they stay firm.
Heat pan with butter, then brown the spring onions and garlic.
Then add the bacon and the cream fraiche.
Add to potatoes and mix well.
Scrape some crusts of Munster then cut 2 flat disks out of it.
Cut the disks again into two.
Layer the potato mixture in a baking dish.
Top with 2 cuts of Munster cheese.
Repeat until layering is done.
Bake in the oven for 20 to 25 minutes at 200°, thermostat 6-7.
Serve and enjoy!
Unpasteurized cow's milk, cheese cultures, enzymes, salt.
*Allergen information: contains milk
As with other cheeses, Munster cheese is also a reliable source of calcium, phosphorus, and zinc, vitamin A, B2, and B9. It can be your daily dairy portion, 50 grams of cheese a day with giving you enough boost for your overall health.
It also contains enzymes that are good for digestive and gut health. It has low carbohydrates but high fat.
Storage: Wrap original packaging tightly in aluminum foil or parchment paper then refrigerate.
Shelf Life: 2-3 weeks refrigerated