Goat Cheese Sub

I don't particularly care for goat cheese, what would be a
good subsitute for recipes?

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Omeletta
Omeletta December 13, 2012

It depends on the recipe of course, but I've found feta typically works well in place of goat cheese.

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Miafoodie
Miafoodie December 14, 2012

Thanks, I'll give feta a try...is it creamy enough?

jsdunbar
jsdunbar December 13, 2012

Cream cheese seems to melt in a similar way.

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Miafoodie
Miafoodie December 14, 2012

Feta cheese was voted the best, but I'm inclined to agree with you that cream cheese will melt. Thanks jsdunbar.

la domestique
la domestique December 13, 2012

Queso Fresco may be a good option. I found a little info for you over at The Kitchn http://www.thekitchn.com...

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Miafoodie
Miafoodie December 14, 2012

la domestique....thanks for the web site ... I think this will
do the job!

hardlikearmour
hardlikearmour December 13, 2012

If you can find a cow's milk fromage blanc it would be a perfect sub, but it's not super easy to find.

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Miafoodie
Miafoodie December 14, 2012

Thanks hla -- we have Mexican shops that carry fromage blanc.
I think this is a perfect subsitute.

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