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Baked Celtic Soft Cheese

We supply many chefs, restaurants and caterers with artisan cheese for their dishes and we love to see (and taste!) their creations. The Woodsman Restaurant in Stratford Upon Avon offers a traditional approach to contemporary British cooking and use the best of British ingredients; with a focus on ethical and sustainable sourcing. 

This dish features our Paxton & Whitfield Celtic Soft Cheese; studded with Garlic and Rosemary and wrapped in a Brioche plait. 


The baked cheese is paired with walnut and raisin bread, grape and apple Chutney, Paxton & Whitfield Biscuits for Cheese and Muscat


Recipe Inspiration

Delicious baked, our Celtic Soft cheese makes a decadent sharing starter for two people. Try wrapping the unwrapped cheese in a twist of puff pastry, with a drizzle of acacia honey and a sprinkling of fresh rosemary. Bake on a sheet of baking paper on a baking tray in the oven for 20-25 minutes at 200°C (392°F).


Artisan Cheese for Chefs & Restaurants

If you'd like to source wholesale Artisan Cheese for your restaurant or catering business, contact our wholesale team: trade@paxtonandwhitfield.co.uk 


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