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??
Add some pistachios, wrap in phyllo or brick pastry and cook in the oven. If you cannot find the phyllo or brick pastry you can use crepes.
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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....
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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.
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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.
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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...
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