Top Rated Goat Cheese Recipes

This dish is made super creamy with fresh goat cheese, which pairs perfectly with fresh tomatoes for a light and summery pasta dish.
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Goat Cheese and Chorizo Crostini
This appetizer was no-brainer for me. I love bread. I love cheese (especially of the goat variety). And I love chorizo. Not only is the recipe easy as can be, but it sounds and looks quite sophisticated. In other words: If you want to impress guests but don't cook very often, look no further. Click here to see 11 Easy Appetizer Recipes.
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Watermelon and Goat Cheese Salad
This salad, courtesy of  Ditch the Gluten, is a delicious pairing of sweet, crunchy watermelon and creamy, savory goat cheese.
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Davide Luciano​
Fresh goat cheese manages to be both mild and distinctive. It’s a team player. In creating these cookies, I took advantage of the cheese’s affinity for herbs and spices — there’s sea salt, cracked pepper and snipped chives in the dough. The dough has no leavening, yet it has the look and even the feel of biscuit dough. Once baked, the tender cookies have layers, just as there are in the best biscuits.I leave it to you to enjoy these with cheese’s other best friend: wine. The cookies are nice with champagne or white wine as an aperitif. Alternatively, they’re great alongside soup.A word on the cheese and chives: The best cheese for these cookies is a soft, mashable fresh goat cheese, often sold under its French name, chèvre. Chives are my first choice, but if you can’t find them, you can use the pale green parts of slender scallions or even the scallions themselves. Recipe excerpted from Dorie Greenspan’s newest cookbook Dorie’s Cookies. Click here to purchase your own copy.
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Beet and Goat Cheese Crostini
Beets and goat cheese are the ultimate dream team. These crostini are best fresh out of the oven, so don't bring them to a party unless they can be reheated there. See all crostini recipes. Click here to see Just Beet It.
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Asparagus and Goat Cheese Frittata
“When I put these ingredients in my rice cooker, I knew the flavors would complement each other, but I wondered what the dish would look like. It was lovely! The soft, melting goat cheese mingled with the asparagus and creamy eggs. The frittata makes a great light supper or luncheon dish; serve it with a fruit salad.” — Diane Phillips, author of The Everyday Rice Cooker: Soups, Sides, Grains, Mains, and More
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Hold the pepperoni and sausage. "Prosciutto is much leaner and provides the same meaty satisfaction without all the calories or grease," says Gans. Trade mozzarella for goat cheese and you'll get a mouthful of creamy goodness and 11 percent fewer calories.
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Baked Zucchini with Goat Cheese
As a tasty alternative, omit the mint and baste the cheese-filled squash with garlic-infused olive oil, using a fresh rosemary sprig as your basting brush. If you're cooking outdoors, try grilling the zucchini instead.
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 Goat Cheese Tarts
Elevate your brunch by serving these picturesque tarts. Your guests will wonder if you invited them to a brunch or a gallery opening.
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Pretty to look at and yummy to eat, these tomato and goat cheese tarts are full of flavor, especially when enjoyed warm. Recipe courtesy of chef Conrad Gallagher
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Fig and Goat Cheese Sandwich
Fresh figs are a delicious warm weather treat but they’re highly perishable so don’t buy them more than a day or two in advance (and be sure to store them in your refrigerator). When you’re ready to use your figs, try them sliced and served on bread with goat cheese, honey, black pepper, and greens for a simple and delicious summer sandwich.
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