Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Tasty Tuesday: Fromage Fort

It's time for another smitten kitchen recipe! This one is rock simple. It doesn't matter how infrequently you visit your kitchen - this recipe is within your reach. 

"Fromage fort" means "strong cheese" in French, and that's basically all that's in this spread.  Just various cheeses, some wine, and a smidge of butter. 

  • Open your fridge. 
  • Grab all the extra cheese you see. Bits of brie? Slices of Havarti? Or maybe muenster? Shredded Parmesan cheese? All of it.
  • Put it in a blender with about 1/3 cup of dry white wine. If you have a lot of hard cheeses, add a little butter to soften it up a bit.

Fromage Forte

  • Blend.
  • Spread that stuff on crackers and devour it!
  • It'll keep in the fridge for up to a week, and the flavors will blend more each day.

Fromage Forte

  • Make it constantly. Your roommates will thank you.

I cannot think of anything that would be more welcome at a party. It's decadent and delicious, and tastes like something a grown-up makes. Luckily, it's also the simplest recipe in the known universe, so you can whip-up a batch on short notice. 

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