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SuperFlyHigh Thu 13-Aug-15 09:36:30

got 2 tubs of ricotta cheese for a recipe and have a spare one left over.

what to do with it please? thanks

cdtaylornats Thu 13-Aug-15 09:41:12

You could use it to make a creamy pasta sauce.

Izlet Thu 13-Aug-15 09:47:57

Or just eat it with a spoon?

Mix with pesto or tomato sauce for pasta
Grate some apple or blend some fruit in it, refrigerate and eat as mousse
Mix will icing sugar and a vanilla pod, leave overnight in the fridge then use it to fill pastries or cakes. Ditto with a drop of amaretto but that's less child friendly smile.

SuperFlyHigh Thu 13-Aug-15 09:50:50

Izlet I don't have kids so no worries...!

I could not eat it with a spoon!

I have pesto. the fruit seems a good idea and I have a ton of green apples.

IHaveBrilloHair Thu 13-Aug-15 09:54:19

Spinach and ricotta cannelloni is delicious

SuperFlyHigh Thu 13-Aug-15 09:56:01

IHave - I did think of that...

I made courgette, ricotta and tomato sauce lasagne last night. mmmmm

SignoraStronza Thu 13-Aug-15 09:56:56

I eat it with chunks of apple.

Izlet Thu 13-Aug-15 10:00:04

Grated apple, a drop of Apple juice or sugar to sweeten slightly plus a splash of calvados wink. Whisk and pop in the fridge.

SuperFlyHigh Thu 13-Aug-15 10:10:40

the only spirits I have are:-

Southern Comfort

and Pimms (not a spirit)

would they do??

Izlet Thu 13-Aug-15 11:52:00

Pimms would do the job I should imagine smile.

Or maybe not. Nothing to stop you washing it down with a large refreshing glass of Pimms and lemonade though. Or you could perhaps make a Pimms sorbet to eat on the side. So many possibilities! grin

Dancingqueen17 Thu 13-Aug-15 13:05:57

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SuperFlyHigh Thu 13-Aug-15 13:17:00

Dancing I think we have a winner... making those at some point this weekend thanks!

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