Ingredients: grapes, buckwheat granola, root celery, porto wine
Taste the best french cheese in the finest plating among other selected ingredients such as fresh grapes and buckwheat granola all seasoned with the authentic Portuguese Porto wine. This appetizer is based on an original recipe from the XVIII`th century form Louis XVI of France regal kitchen. This type of food was just for the high class back then and now we can taste this refined french dish right away.
Camembert is a soft, creamy, surface-ripened cow’s milk cheese. It was first made in the late 18th century at Camembert, Normandy in northern France. If you love creamy, earthy French cheese with a stiff rind, you’re probably familiar with Camembert. Spread over a piece of crusty baguette this fragrant cheese is delicious in the most funky of ways. We think you will like several variations of this recipe so we present you at least two of them today.
The first one has all the ingredients nicely garnished on a wooden cutting board, like a deconstructed dish, so you can taste all of them separately and feel the specific taste of each one. The second type is the sandwich-like recipe. We put all the ingredients on a slice of baguette and we serve them as a sandwich with all the ingredients on top. Both of them are really tasty and we think you will love them.
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