Fried Goat Cheese

Thursday, March 8, 2012


Remember this baked feta?

This fried goat cheese belongs in food Heaven too.

With its crispy crust and its warm and creamy inside, this fancy fried cheese is always a crowd pleaser.  I think it is the perfect accompaniment to your Easter or Mother's Day menu.

Here's how you can whip it up in no time:

ingredients 
16 ounce goat cheese log 
1 cup panko bread crumbs 
1/4 cup (more or less) extra-virgin olive oil 
2 eggs, beaten 
1/2 cup flour
s&p

Pop goat cheese in freezer for about 15 minutes to harden. 
While cheese is in freezer, arrange three bowls on your counter. To the first add the flour, the eggs to the second bowl, and 1 cup of panko bread crumbs to the third bowl.
Using a sharp knife, slice goat cheese into 1/4- 1/2 inch pieces. 
Dip each piece into the flour, egg, and breadcrumbs. 
Place on a parchment lined baking sheet. 
Once you are done dredging all the pieces, cover and chill in fridge until you are ready to serve. 
Right before serving heat olive oil in a large saute pan. (You will need enough to cover the bottom of the pan.) Once oil is hot fry the goat cheese, about 2 minutes per side. 
Serve on a bed of greens dressed with extra-virgin olive oil and lemon juice. 
Sprinkle with salt. 


Enjoy!


9 comments:

  1. This looks soooo good - and I am not normally one to salivate over goat cheese!

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    1. Thank you Naomi! Could it be a craving ?? ; )

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  2. I love love love goat cheese! I was served fried goat cheese in a salad once and at first was too scared to eat it (no idea what it was) and once I had a bite I devoured it in seconds. I always wondered how to make it, thanks for this recipe!

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    1. Thank you Bee! Haha it didn't take long for me to devour this one either. Have a great week.

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      Jen

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  3. Oh man, I wish I had checked your blog earlier today when I was trying to do this same exact thing to my salad! I will be trying this soon for sure :) this is great, thanks for sharing!

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  4. Hi Jen! I love goat cheese croutons. They totally make a salad something special and decadent! I have always baked them but I am sure they taste better fried :)

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  5. This looks so good can't wait to try this recipe!!!!!!

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  6. I love fried goat cheese, and I don't know how I never thought to do this at home before! I'm Sara - stopping by your blog from the registration list for the Blog Better Boston Food Summit! I love your blog - everything looks delicious. Can't wait to meet you this Fall!

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