Is there anything better?
I love living in this part of Europe, if for nothing than the variety of cheeses.
Hard, soft, stinky, sweet, white, yellow, orange and blue, old, young, every kind of cheese you could ever imagine.
I have fallen in love with Camembert. A soft cheese, stinky cheese. It tastes so good on a piece of crusty baquette with some grapes on the side… Heavenly.
I do like my Camembert the traditional way. However, sometimes I buy a Camembert, and it ends up sitting in my fridge for a bit too long, and it is no longer as soft as I would like.
So I bake it.
It becomes so ooey-gooey, and the herbs give it a lovely new flavour layer.
Here’s my recipe for baked Camembert…
1 Camembert cheese in it’s wooden box.
1 clove of garlic, minced
2 tbsp olive oil
A small handful of fresh oregano, torn
Fresh ground pepper
Preheat your oven to 200C
Remove the cheese from the plastic wrapping and place it back in it’s wooden box.
Score a circle into the top of the cheese and pull of the circle of rind.
Put the garlic, oregano. Pepper and oil in the cut out circle.
Put in the oven for about ten minutes.
Remove and eat. If it is too runny, let it sit for a few minutes to firm up.
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