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left over stilton... what to do? some sort of soup?

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slartybartfast Sat 08-Jan-11 18:27:00

celery and stilton or perhaps brocolli and stilton
anyone any tried and tested recipes they would like to share. smile

virgiltracey Sat 08-Jan-11 18:32:38

Cut it up into small portions and freeze it. Its perfectly good and great for throwing in frozen for a quick red wine and stilton sauce over a pork steak or melted on a chicken breast. Plus if you let it thaw out its fine for just eating on its own.

peacefuleasyfeeling Sat 08-Jan-11 18:37:07

A small piece can add a nice touch to a mushroom risotto, with a splash of white wine.

flamingpants Sat 08-Jan-11 18:39:38

Stilton and broccoli soup - delicious. Lots of recipes if you search on line.

flamingpants Sat 08-Jan-11 18:40:19

Or stilton and celery if you aren't a broccoli fan.

Catsmamma Sat 08-Jan-11 18:41:44

chicken pie!...shove it in amongst the chicken

or a cauliflower cheese with a difference, again, just poke it in amongst the cauli and tip the sauce over as usual.

taffetacat Sat 08-Jan-11 18:43:03

celery and stilton soup is gorrrrrgeous, cook as for normal celery soup, then stir through stilton at the end with a little cream if you are feeling wicked.

celery and stilton gratin also very good

or a tart perhaps - a shortcrust pastry base with eggs/milk/cream plus the stilton crumbled over and veg of choice, precooked eg broccoli/leeks/whatever

or a puff pastry open tart, caramelise some onions in a pan slowly, pile onto rolled out puff, crumble stilton over and cook.

or a salad dressing, mixed with creme fraiche

or a canape topping on bruschetta or crostini with celery, walnuts and a drizzle of honey

slartybartfast Sat 08-Jan-11 18:48:07

definately off to the kitchen now smile

slartybartfast Sun 09-Jan-11 22:19:38

that went down well, not

it was lovely, delia's stilton and celery but 2 out of 3 dc's virtually spat it out, or would have done ... luckily i made it a first course rather than a main meal.

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