It’s easy but it takes a little while to make so invite your guests in the kitchen to prepare them with you!
Goat cheese briouates are a Moroccan delight, crusty and soft, savory, to eat as starters or as an appetizer, serve it on a plate or in a buffet…
Don’t hesitate to replace the spices and herbs to make different kinds.
Here is the recipe of the day!
brick paper (or fresh rice paper for the gluten intolerant)
fresh goat cheese
pistachio (chopped coarsely)
1 organic lemon (washed)
a few mint leaves
2-3 saffron threads
Put the saffron threads in a teaspoon of water.
Use a zester to remove the zest of the lemon then cut it thinly with a sharp knife.
With a fork, mash the goat cheese and mix with the saffron, the zest, the pistachios and the mint.
Put one small spoonful of this mix on a brick sheet and roll to form triangles.
Oil a frying pan and cook the briouates until golden (about 3 minutes on each side).
Serve hot, at room temperature or even cold.
Don’t forget the napkins: it’s crunchy!
If you want to replace the saffron, the mint and the pistachios, here are a couple ideas:
basil, pine nuts, parmesan
coriander, caraway powder, almonds
hazelnuts, garlic, rosemary