For a Gorgeous Presentation: Beet and Goat Cheese Terrine
Sometimes food can be so beautiful. These beet and goat cheese “jewels” are simply made by layering those two ingredients. The trick is that the beet coloring — from both golden and red beets — seeps into the goat cheese, which is what gives the terrine that beautiful, varied shading.
I found this recipe at Frances Janisch’s blog 7970 Miles, and she talks about first discovering this dish at a restaurant in New York:
One of the starters was this beet and goat cheese ‘parfait’. I was so blown away at how beautiful it was, that I came home to try it for myself. It turns out it’s very easy, just a little time consuming, but worth every second.
I love beets and goat cheese anyway, but this is such a pretty way to eat them! Will you try it out?
Get the Recipe → Beet and Goat Cheese Jewels | 7970 Miles
(Image: Frances Janisch of 7970 Miles)