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Sandwich cake with pear, nuts and Roquefort cheese
Sandwich cake with pear, nuts and Roquefort cheese
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A homemade recipe of a sandwich cake with pear, nuts and Roquefort cheese. It is a French cake that has its origin from 1925. If you like a mixture of sweet and salty, this is a cake is for you. You can serve it as aperitif, mingle food or for brunch depending on the occasion.

Ingredient List for 4 servings:
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5 Big bread slices
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250 gr Roquefort cheese
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300 gr Cream cheese
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2 Pears
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0.5 Citron
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120 gr Nuts
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2 tablespoons Cranberries
Instructions:
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Peel 1 pear and cut in very thin slices. Drop the juice of the citron over the pear slices.
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Cut the nuts and cranberries in small pieces. Take away some nuts and cranberries, you will need it for the decoration later.
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In a bowl mix the Roquefort cheese together with the cream cheese.
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Place 1 slice of bread on a big plastic foil. Place some of the cheese mixture on the bread, then a layer of pear slices and then a layer of nuts. Continue the same procedure until you end with the last layer of bread.
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Fold the plastic foil tight around the cake and let it rest for approximately 10 hours or over the night.
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Take away the plastic foil from the cake. Spread evenly the cheese mixture allover the cake as well on the edges.
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Peel and cut 1 pear and cut in thin slices. Place them evenly on the edges of the cake.
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Place the rest of the nuts, cranberries and some pear on the cake as decoration.
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If you will serve the cake for brunch, cut it in slices. If you will serve it as mingle food or as a starter, cut the cake vertically and place a toothpick in it.
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