My boyfriend doesn't particularly like chevre, would a mild feta or some other moderately creamy cheese work? Suggestions?
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My husband doesn't like any of those cheeses, so I make this without cheese and crumble a little onto my portion if I want it. Feta definitely works.
Lisanne is a trusted home cook.
Agreeing with drbabs, feta is good here.
If you go through the many comments to the recipe, you find a range of suggestions. Seems like one of those recipes that invites variation, with excellent results.
I also don't care for chevre and always use feta. Works great!
I have used Israeli feta, which is a little milder, in this many times and it's terrific!
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