Salade Au Chevre Chaud (Salad With Warm Goat Cheese)

Delicious salad which is commonplace throughout France, using fresh goat cheese. A more traditional version of this salad would call for thicker rounds of goat cheese, but don't feel deprived with this lower-fat version. You still get a nice portion of creamy goat cheese to eat with your salad.

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directions

  • Preheat oven to 425 degrees.
  • Place the croutons on a baking sheet and top the rounds of cheese. Sprinkle with thyme and rosemary.
  • Make the vinaigrette. Mix together the vinegar, lemon juice, mustard, garlic, and tarragon. Whisk in the yogurt and oil and add salt and pepper.
  • Shortly before serving the salad, place the cheese-topped croutons in the oven and bake for 6-8 minutes or until the cheese is bubbling.
  • Toss the lettuce, chervil, and red pepper together with the dressing and distribute among salad plates.
  • Top the salads with the hot cheese croutons, garnish with radishes and serve at once.
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"Delicious salad which is commonplace throughout France, using fresh goat cheese. A more traditional version of this salad would call for thicker rounds of goat cheese, but don't feel deprived with this lower-fat version. You still get a nice portion of creamy goat cheese to eat with your salad."
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  1. AlainaF
    Delicious salad which is commonplace throughout France, using fresh goat cheese. A more traditional version of this salad would call for thicker rounds of goat cheese, but don't feel deprived with this lower-fat version. You still get a nice portion of creamy goat cheese to eat with your salad.
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