Quesadillas have a lot going for them. They can be made with all sorts of leftovers and are inexpensive. You'll need three basic ingredients: a good amount of mozzarella or cheddar (mild, medium, or sharp), chicken breasts, and wheat or corn tortillas. Place a tortilla in a large hot pan and top with shredded cheese and cooked chicken. Place another tortilla on top and cook on medium until the cheese melts. Flip to make sure both sides are grilled. Think of it as a giant grilled cheese, but with tortillas!
Tips to enhance your quesadillas:
Serving baked brie as an appetizer or even for brunch is a guaranteed crowd-pleaser. You'll need a brie cheese (Irresistible double cream brie is DELICIOUS!), cranberries, walnuts, and honey. Place the brie in a baking dish and top with cranberries and nuts. Add a drizzle of honey, cover the dish, and bake until the cheese is melted. Approximately 15 minutes at 325 ॰F should do it. Serve with bread or crackers and your guests will ask for more!
Super tip: Use the ingredients you already have in your fridge! You can use maple syrup instead of honey and fruits such as pears or apples. You'll avoid waste and you'll save!
Cheese fondue is a classic meal that's incredibly easy to prepare. Simply melt your favourite cheeses in a fondue pot with a bit of white wine. Don't be afraid to combine new kinds of cheese and pick whichever one is on sale. A mix of Emmental, Swiss, and Fontina will give you a three-cheese fondue that will absolutely hit the spot.
Easy sides to serve with your fondue:
Have you ever tried a cheese stuffed pull-apart bread? It's a simple appetizer that will please both your wallet and your taste buds. We guarantee you'll love it!
Slice a loaf of bread in one direction, rotate and then slice it in the other direction in order to create small squares of about 2 cm x 2 cm while making sure not to cut all the way through. Add cheddar cheese between the squares. Brush some melted butter on top and add parsley and chives. Place the loaf on a baking sheet and bake for 15 minutes at 375 °F or until the cheese has melted and turned a bit golden.
While it's still hot, place it in the middle of the table so everyone can reach for the cheese squares. It's an original appetizer that will definitely impress your guests!
Remember that for these recipes, you can use different cheeses in line with your tastes and those featured in the weekly flyer. For instance, you can prepare a baked camembert instead of a baked brie! Every meal is an opportunity to try a new cheese.
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