I have been making a lot of my own cheese lately, and since this is my first time really making cheese, I wanted to share some of the recipes here, and then get your input.
The cheeses you make can vary, so if you make a recipe for one you probably won’t be able to use it as a base recipe for the rest of your cheese. It’s usually best to make a lot of recipes at one time and then keep a few in the freezer for when you need them. The recipes here are meant to be used as starting points, and not to be scaled up or down based on ingredient availability.
Here are the recipes, and my thoughts on them.
1. Roasted Pecan Cheese. It tastes like a melted cheese, but its more like a melted peanut butter. So it is great for a sandwich.
This is a simple, versatile cheese with a few variations, and it can be used as a base for other recipes. You can also substitute roasted pecans for the pecans in this recipe.
Roasted pecans have been known to give cheese a nice, nutty flavor, and pecans are a great snack food. I think the cheese version is quite good with a bit of pecan flavor though.
This recipe makes a lot of cheese and it doesn’t come together all that quickly. You can easily do this in a blender instead. I would recommend cutting down on the pecans a bit to have less of a peanut taste.
I think the texture of the cheese is quite good. I haven’t tried the recipe with the roasted pecans though I would recommend trying it with these nuts also. You can also substitute a combination of cashews and peanuts.
I also like the idea of cheesecake. I don’t think I would love this cheese version though. I think it would taste a little dry.
I found a great recipe for cheesecake in this book from my friend, The Baking Lady. She also has a great recipe for mac and cheese. You can use her recipe for mac & cheese and then sub in your favorite combination. Mac and cheese can also be made with a mixture of cashews and pecans.