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Chèvre Chaud
Chèvre Chaud
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This is a classical French starter or side dish made of warm goat cheese on toasted bread. It is usually served together with salad leafs, nuts or bacon. It is fast to prepare and if you want to eat a light lunch this dish is perfect. To get cheese nicely melt it is best to use a really creamy and soft goat cheese.

Ingredient List for 4 servings:
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100 gr Goat cheese
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8 pieces Toast bread
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20 gr Salad leafs
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20 gr Nuts
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100 gr Tomatoes
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1 tablespoon Olive oil
Oven temperature:
225 degree Celsius
Instructions:
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Preheat the oven at 225 degree Celsius.
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Put the bread in the toaster, and then cut them in half like a triangle.
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Cut the cheese and place one piece on each bread triangle. Place the bread in the middle of the oven for 5 minutes.
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Wash and cut the salad leafs and place the salad on plates. Sprinkle the olive oil on the salad.
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Take out the bread from the oven when the cheese has started to melt. Place the bread on top of the salad.
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Place the tomatoes and the nuts over the salad.
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If you like you can sprinkle some bacon and oregano on top of the salad to enhance the taste.
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