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Goat Cheese Bruschetta

Goat Cheese Toast


1 loaf french bread
1 package goat cheese, 3-4 oz 
1 small package cream cheese
fresh thyme leaves
olive oil
salt and pepper to taste


 To make Goat cheese bruschetta we start with goat cheese
which is also called chevre… Chevre is the French word for goat.  
You may use it straight or cut it slightly with some cream cheese.

If you want to cut the goat cheese, allow equal parts of cream cheese and goat cheese to come to room temperature. Mix them together, set aside.

Slice the bread and place slices on a baking sheet
Brush with olive oil. Sprinkle with salt and pepper

Toast the bread in a 400-degree oven until light brown.
Remove from the oven and cool to room temperature

Spread the goat cheese generously on the bread
Sprinkle with fresh thyme leaves,
salt and pepper 
and a drizzle of olive oil

Bake these goat cheese or chevre bruschetta in a 400-degree oven until they are hot all the way through. 
Don’t brown the goat cheese because it’s really delicate and we don’t want to change it’s texture.

Arrange on a serving platter, garnish with thyme sprigs and drizzle them with more extra virgin olive oil 
serve as an appetizer.

A great sauce for the goat cheese bruschetta is made by reducing 
3/4 cup balsamic vinegar 
2 tablespoons brown sugar until it becomes syrupy

Serve this balsamic vinegar syrup on the side so your guests can drizzle it on the bruschetta.


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