British Isles Cheese Recipes

I love British (and Irish!) cheese. Its taste, its variety, its versatility. As much as possible, I’m going to be cooking with cheeses of the British Isles and posting the recipes on here.

Stuffed Baby Pumpkins with Goddess Cheese
Royal Bassett Blue and Courgette Muffins
Salad of Sinodun Hill, Broad Beans and Radishes
Cheese, Ham and Leek Pancakes with Stinking Bishop
Cerney Ash, Ground Elder and Sweet Potato Balls
Cheddar, Onion and Potato Pie
Cashel Blue and Mushroom Arancini
St Tola and Wild Leek Fritters
Sparkenhoe Cheese and Black Pepper Muffins
Ribblesdale Goat Curd Frittata with Beetroot Pesto
Ticklemore Goat’s Cheese Twists
Dorset Blue Vinny, Veggie and Bean Soup
Blue Cheese and Walnut Fougasse
Ginger Thins for Blue Cheese
Wensleydale, Walnut and Quince Paste Palmiers
Jerusalem Artichoke, Parsnip and Quicke’s Cheddar Gratin
Red Onion Soup with Dewlay’s Lancashire Toasts
Pumpkin and Chestnut Macaroni Cheese
Baked Cornish Camembert in Autumn Vine Leaves
Cornish Blue and Veggie ‘Stargazy’ Pie
Wensleydale, Apple and Thyme Muffins
Squash, Apple and Smoked St Gluvias ‘Burgers’
Courgette Fritters with Greenfields Lancashire Cheese
Chard and Westcombe Ricotta Ravioli
Warm Salad of Stinking Bishop, New Potatoes, Bacon and Pears
Cavolo Nero and Sheeps’ Tor Pesto
Cheese Gougères with Cornish Gouda
Cheddar Cheese and Wild Leek Scones
Vulscombe, Red Pepper and Fennel Tart
Radicchio and Durrus Risotto
Courgette and Nottinghamshire Blue Cheese Soup
Crab, Samphire and Barber’s 1833 Quiche
Butternut Squash and Highcross Lasagne
Wild Garlic and Wilde’s Curd Cheese Cornbread
Potato, Celeriac, Pear and Nuns of Caen Bake
Sourdough Pizza with Salami and Paddy’s Milestone
Twice-Baked Hebridean Blue Souffles
Caveman’s Cheesy Meatballs
Peppered Venison with Stilton Scones
Golden Cenarth Sorta-Tartiflette
Smoked Goat’s Cheese and Squash Tarte Tatin
Roasted Green Tomato and Cheddar Bread Tarts
Sparkenhoe Cauliflower Bites
Cheddar and Apple Scone Bread
Courgette and Chunky Cheddar Loaf
Glamorgan Sausage Rolls
Sourdough Focaccia with Basil and Laverstoke Park Farm Mozzarella
Suffolk Gold and Courgette Fritters
Cheddar and Apple Scone Bread
Sparkenhoe Red Leicester Cauliflower Bites
Roasted Green Tomato and Cheddar Bread Tarts
Steak with a Watercress and Stilton Sauce
Cheddar Cheese Pasties with Sorrel and Elephant Garlic
Spring Asparagus and Northumberland Nettle Cheese Tart
Gorwydd Caerphilly and Herbs Pull-Apart Bread
Elderflower Cheesecake
Little Hereford Smoked Cheese and Chive Beignets
Nettle Gnocchi with Cashel Blue Sauce
Mushroom and Cornish Blue Cheese Tart
Stilton, Rosemary and Walnut Shortbread
Perl Las, Mushroom and Wild Leek Quiche
Yorkshire Blue Scones
Cheese and Chocolate Truffles With Stilton and Goat’s Cheese
Lanark Blue, Celeriac and Walnut Soda Bread
Montgomery’s Cheddar Cheese Risotto
Cornish Yarg and Cider Fondue
Broccoli, Courgette and Stilton Soup
British Cheese Fondue Night
Belvoir Crumpets with Port and Stilton
Smoked Green’s of Glastonbury Mozzarella and Chipotle Cornbread
Roasted Chestnuts, Root Vegetables and Green’s of Glastonbury Smoked Cheddar Tart
Pumpkin, Whitmore Ewe’s Cheese and Sage Tart
Spenwood Cheese Souffle with Blackberry Sauce
Innes Log Goat’s Cheese and Apple Tart with Plum and Sloe Gin Sauce
Colston Bassett Stilton, Pear, Walnut and Dandelion Salad
Cheshire Cheese and Marmalade Bread Tarts
Cheshire Cheese Enchiladas in Mole Poblano Sauce
Shropshire Blue Burgers
Montgomery’s Cheddar and Salmon Fishcakes
Quicke’s Cheddar Cheese and Beer Soup
Fennel Pablo Cabrito Goat’s Cheese, Tomato and Samphire Tart
Olde Sussex Cheese and Beer Bread
Sweet Potato and Red Leicester Cheese Scones
Bath Soft Cheese Preserved in Oil

7 responses to “British Isles Cheese Recipes

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  2. What a wonderful concept for a blog! British cheese is really the best–the cheddar alone is enough to keep me happy.

    • Thanks! Yes, I never set out to write about British cheese but have been blown away by the quality and variety. If you like a strong cheddar, check out Montgomery’s, Keen’s or Quickes – stunning. Thanks for stopping by 🙂

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  4. Wow wow wow!! Where to start??

  5. Paul Dumpleton

    Great resource. We’re always looking for new recipies for the cheeses in our traditional delicatessen, Sagebury Fine Foods in Frome in Somerset. These links will definitely help. Thanks.

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