5 Reviews

Delicious cheese logs!!! Time is required to let the flavors meld together. I could not find mango chutney, but used peach chutney. Easier preparation to put in fridge to allow to get very cold before forming logs or balls. A great item to have for parties or wedding receptions. Glad you decided to share this recipe! Thank you!!

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Seasoned Cook February 10, 2009

Great recipe. Made this for book club and everyone loved it. Instead of curry powder, I used Garam Masala and Chana Masala, a dash of cumin and some cayenne pepper. Also, I used only 1/2 cup of mango chutney since the brand that I bought had an over-powering taste. Next time I make this, I may even leave out the chutney - it was great w/o it.

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Musical Joy March 12, 2006

Amazing...simply amazing! My guests were so curious as to what was in these! I should have made more because there definitely wasnt enough! Fabulous flavors!

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love4culinary February 09, 2006

This is a super and different recipe Sharon. I was about to post it myself when I noticed you had done so. I've made this for years and everyone who tastes it asks about the ingredients. BTW, this also freezes well. I often make two balls and freeze one for a later party.

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Judikins July 10, 2003

I made this awhile ago. Sorry I took so long to post this 5 Star review. VERY VERY addictive! I have to thank Sharon123 for inspiring me to make my Mango Cheese Spread Mango Cheese Spread!!! Good Stuff!!

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Rita~ April 02, 2003
East Indian Cheese Logs