Seasoned Macadamia Cheese

Seasoned Macadamia Cheese

Details

This smooth, non-dairy, nut-based cheese is extremely versatile. In this preparation, we roll in a variety of additions such as fresh herbs, peppercorns, or candied walnuts.
  • Serves: 3 cups
  • Active Time: 45 mins
  • Total Time: 45 mins
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Steps

Step 1: Mixing in the Flavorings

• 1 recipe Macadamia Cheese Base
• 2 tbsp nutritional yeast
• 1 tbsp onion granules
• freshly grated nutmeg
• 1 tsp sea salt
• 1/2 tsp white pepper (optional)

Method

Once cultured, add the Macadamia Cheese Base to a bowl.

If not done so already – mix in the seasonings. Mix to thoroughly combine the ingredients.

Step 2: Shaping & Options to Rolling Cheese In

• Choice 1: 1/2 cup fresh herbs, chopped (tarragon & chives)
• Choice 2: 1/2 cup Maple Chipotle Candied Walnuts, chopped
• Choice 3: 3 tbsp crushed pink peppercorns & 1 tbsp coarse sea salt

Method

To shape the cheese, scoop onto a piece of parchment paper or onto a non-stick dehydrator sheet. Then using your hands, mold the cheese into a log-like shape. Fold the sheet over and roll the cheese to form a nice roll. Cut the cheese in half and set one half aside.

Next, roll the cheese in your choice of ingredients, such as fresh herbs, peppercorns or Maple Chipotle Candied Walnuts. Then simply roll and gently press the cheese into the ingredients used. Carefully, press the ends of the cheese onto the ingredients as well. Carefully roll the cheese one last time, to ensure it is evenly shaped.

Serve these cheeses as part of an appetizer or salad or simply serve as part of a non–dairy cheese platter.

5 Comments

  • Fida U
    Fida U
    Superb
  • Yasser  K
    Yasser K
    it is great and also we can with veta cheese and if we have mix cheese left over
  • Elizabeth  M
    Elizabeth M
    Perfect for my upcoming wine and cheese party.
  • Brittany D
    Brittany D
    looks yummy!
  • Mutaz N
    Mutaz N
    feta cheese

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