Form goat cheese mixture back into a log. (See picture above.) Herb Goat Cheese Ball. Or, how about a towering soufflé accented with sharp cheddar and dill? This herbed goat cheese dip is perfect with fresh vegetables, crackers or pita bread. Of course, a selection of crackers and crusty bread is always a delicious option too. This Herb and Goat Cheese Twice Baked Potato Recipe is the perfect recipe for leftover baked potatoes! Sage, Apple and Cheddar Cheese Pancakes Imagine a warm crouton topped with goat cheese laced with thyme and lavender … or a salad of fresh tomatoes and fresh mozzarella layered with spicy basil leaves. Imagine sitting on the couch after the kids have gone to bed, turning on your latest shows, sipping wine and noshing on this perfect cheese bite. Stir in the goat cheese and season with salt and pepper, then whisk in the egg yolks. Making fried goat cheese does take a little bit of time and preparation, but is totally worth the effort. Step 3 Seriously guys, this Herb Marinated Goat Cheese and a glass of Sauvignon Blanc is the stuff that “mama time” dreams are made of. I go to our locally owned grocery store so often that the cashiers know me by name! The combination of fresh goat cheese, herbs, and olive oil is addicting. I go 3-4 times a week! I love to serve this with fresh cucumber slices and other cut up vegetables like red peppers, carrots, and celery. It takes less than 5 minutes to make, although chilling for a couple of hours enhances the flavor. Marinating fresh goat cheese is an easy way to make plain goat cheese incredibly flavorful. Creamy and so delicious. I'm a regular fixture at the grocery store. Add a crusty loaf of bread and make a meal out of it. Packaged in a glass jar, marinated goat cheese makes a lovely gift. Mix together the goat cheese, herbs, and honey in a medium-sized bowl. Herbs and cheeses are natural partners in the kitchen. Cover and let cool, then stir in the herbs. Lots of fresh herbs are mixed into this goat cheese dip. It's never been natural for me to use what I have on hand. You can also prep these in advance and fry them up the day of serving to save you a little time.