I mixed 2 oz of a great Israeli feta with about 6 chopped shallots, on accident. Is there anything I can do with these mixed ingredients??
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Susan W is a trusted source on General Cooking.
That's a lot of shallots to feta. Maybe cook and wring out some spinach, mix in with the feta and shallots. It would make a tasty omelette or stuffed mushroom filling. Stuffed chicken breast would be good too.
I make a chicken en papillote that is stuffed with feta and sundried tomatoes with this recipe where the feta would stand out: http://www.cookinglight.com/food/quick-healthy/easy-chicken-recipes/feta-herb-sun-dried-tomato-stuffed-chicken-recipes.
Nancy is a trusted home cook.
Use it to top a pizza or fill a calzone.
Mix in some sliced cucumber, any melon chunks (or pineapple or mango if melon out of season), cilantro and vinaigrette for a refreshing salad.
Chops is a trusted home cook.
Any chance you still have the brine from the feta? If so, soak everything the shallots & feta and it will soften the raw bite from the shallots. Cook in a pasta dish, quinoa or farro or add to rice. Make some sort of casserole or try out a new biscuit recipe with the additions. Add to salad.
QueenSashy is a trusted home cook.
If you have more feta, you could add it to the mix, with some Hungarian pepper and a little bit of oil (or sour cream or butter), and then it will turn into Liptauer.
i recently had a several type of citrus salad with nuggets of beets over baby greens and toasted walnuts. sprinkle amongst was an aged ricotta. i think the crumbled feta/shallots sounds like a nice substitution.
scruz that is a genius suggestion...