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Tuesday, June 10 2014 00: 00

Primo Sale cheese with herb vinaigrette

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The recipe for Cheese First Sale (or primosale) with vinaigrette with herbs is a great idea for a side dish or a light entree but full of flavor and scents, ideal for summer!

What is needed
Ingredient Quantity
Cheese Primo Sale gr. 250
Extra Virgin Olive Oil gr. 50
Rúcula qb
Rosemary qb
Mint a few leaves
Tarragon qb
Parsley qb
Lemon n. 1 / 4

Preparation

  • Wash and dry your herbs making sure to remove the withered or stained parts.
  • Chop the herbs in average way.
  • Place the chopped herbs in a small bowl with the olive oil and the juice of a lemon wedge.
  • Stir gently and, if you want to add a pinch of salt and pepper, leave to steep for one hour.
  • portioning the Cheese first salt on plates and cover with the vinaigrette of herbs.
  • Serve the first cheese Salt with herb vinaigrette as an appetizer or as a side dish from a flare.

Score:

  • You can choose between various types of first salt cheeses, or even fresh lean cheeses, or if you also prefer cow's milk goats.
  • The mix of herbs is free, it must pay attention to the quantity and the aromatic potential of each grass: I have put a few leaves of mint because altirmenti would cover the other, and that's why I did not put sage and thyme.
  • And 'essential oil: here is the case of using a good quality extra virgin olive oil. Given the herbs I recommend a Ligurian or a lake Garda oil DOP.

Additional information

  • Difficulty level: Easy
  • Serves: 2
  • prep time .: 10 minutes
  • Cooking time: 0 minutes
  • Total time: 10 minutes
  • Cost: € 4
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