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What can you make with farmer's cheese?

Posted by carla17 Z7 NC (My Page) on
Tue, Jun 2, 09 at 12:51

Bought some farmer's cheese by accident. It's very bland unless mixed with green onion or something. Anyone have ideas?


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RE: What can you make with farmer's cheese?

First thing that comes to mind is my dear grandmother's sweet Polish cheese bread we called "Ko-itz." (I never knew how it was properly spelled until the internet came along.) She made the filling very thick and a slice spread with real butter was absolute heaven! I never got the recipe from her as I was too young to appreciate her wealth of knowledge about so much...but this recipe comes close to what I remember - with exception of the raisins which my grandmother did not include and I don't use because DH prefers without. (And of course as the wife of a simple farmer who farmed with a team of horses until he retired, Grandma never owned a spring form pan, LOL, so I can say that particular piece of equipment is not absolutely necessary to the recipe. Hers was a free formed 'wheel' baked on a flat pan - in a wood fired cook stove no less.)

Here is a link that might be useful: Polish Cheese Kolacz (Babka)

RE: What can you make with farmer's cheese?

  • Posted by morz8 Z8 Wa coast (My Page) on
    Thu, Jun 4, 09 at 21:29

Make lasagna, or maybe use it in something like stuffed pasta shells. Little onion, garlic, tomato and you can liven up any bland cheese :)

RE: What can you make with farmer's cheese?

Anne, thank you for the recipe, it sounds good but I think I will take the easy way out and do lasagna. Really sounds delish though.
Thanks Maureen for being my brain right now.


RE: What can you make with farmer's cheese?

But of course! Lasagna sounds great to me too. Enjoy, Carla.

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