The day I discovered how to make my own ricotta was the most inspiring day. I am such a scientist at heart,even though as an undergrad I majored in English because my mother told me everyone needed to know how to write. Making the ricotta took me back to my days in chemistry class, as I poured the vinegar into the heated pot of milk and the curds instantly began to form. What a treat for an ol' science geek. Hope you enjoy this simple spread! —Table9
What You'll Need
Whole Milk (add more if ricotta mixture seems dry)
Fresh Thyme, Finely Chopped
Ground Black Pepper
With a hand mixer, whip together the ricotta, feta and milk until smooth. Add the sea salt and 1/2 teaspoon of thyme. Place ricotta spread in a serving dish. Sprinkle remaining thyme, black pepper and drizzle with honey to complete. Serve with toast, apples and berries or enjoy on a grilled veggie sandwich!