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Help! Wensleydale with cranberries and apricots...

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MsHippo Tue 16-Jan-18 22:08:03

We've been given a lump of each. Don't want to waste it, but none of us particularly like it as is/in sandwiches/on a salad. Does anyone have any good recipes for using it up? Thanks!

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AtleastitsnotMonday Wed 17-Jan-18 10:26:40

Wensleydale melts surprisingly well. Use to stuff chicken breasts wrapped in bacon or make a chicken pie base then top with a savoury crumble mix with the cheese.

worriedaboutchristmas Wed 17-Jan-18 18:04:37

I've used wenlesdale with cranberry to good effect in turkey, and leek pasties. I second stuffed chicken breast too.

MsHippo Wed 17-Jan-18 18:11:13

Seems I'm not the only one with this opinion then!

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MsHippo Wed 17-Jan-18 18:11:55

Ha! Cross post - I was commenting on the lack of replies!

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cookingongas Wed 17-Jan-18 18:31:04

https://www.wensleydale.co.uk/blog/yorkshire-wensleydale-cheese-sun-dried-tomato-red-onion-quiche/

http://www.olivemagazine.com/recipes/chef-recipes/john-torodes-wensleydale-scones/

http://www.deliciousmagazine.co.uk/recipes/bacon-and-wensleydale-frittata/

Lots of options here

MsHippo Wed 17-Jan-18 20:59:03

No cranberries there cookingongas!

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cookingongas Wed 17-Jan-18 22:55:20

No, but surely it'll just add a sweet/ savoury feel to whatever is being made? I don't think a bacon frittata would be harmed for the inclusion of a cranberry or two ... wink

Hippadippadation Mon 22-Jan-18 19:40:59

Late to the party, but in a toastie with branston and pickles on the side is epic.

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