Goat Cheese Toasts with Walnuts, Honey & Sumac

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Goat Cheese Toasts with Walnuts, Honey & Sumac middle Eastern-inspired recipe

Goat Cheese Toasts with Walnuts, Honey & Sumac recipe

The perfect apéro for Spring

This Goat Cheese Toasts with Walnuts, Honey & Sumac recipe can make a delicious breakfast, lunch or even better, a great apéro!  With just a few ingredients, these tasty goat cheese toasts will be ready in no time. I was so amazed at the deliciousness from such an easy and quick recipe that I had to share. Let’s toast some breads!

Goat Cheese Toasts with Walnuts, Honey & Sumac recipe
Goat Cheese Toasts with Walnuts, Honey & Sumac recipe

Mixing goat cheese & honey

When I first started cooking, mixing salty and sweet was not part of the menu. However, after cooking so many recipes, I’ve realised how salty and sweet is my favourite combination. The goat cheese has a very strong taste, which for me is wonderful, but mixing it with something sweet, brings out the flavour even more. Speaking about goat cheese, try this delicious Goat Cheese Salad recipe.

Goat Cheese Toasts with Walnuts, Honey & Sumac recipe

How to make this tasty Middle Eastern-inspired Goat Cheese Toasts recipe

If you’ve been unfamiliar with toasts, you have been missing out. There is nothing easier, quicker and tastier than a delicious toast full of amazing ingredients. Making toasts is quite easy as it doesn’t require specific quantities or instructions. Indeed, you can make them as you wish according to your own taste.

However, the bread’s quality is very important  so always make sure to choose a really good one. A homemade bread would be even better! My Goat Cheese Toasts with Walnuts, Honey & Sumac recipe is a rich-tasting dish and only takes a few minutes to assemble.

Goat Cheese Toasts with Walnuts, Honey & Sumac recipe
Goat Cheese Toasts with Walnuts, Honey & Sumac recipe

Ingredients

1.Goat cheese

2. French artisan bread. I prefer white bread for this recipe but feel free to use whatever makes you happy.

3. Walnuts (I used 1 cup)

4. Olive oil

5. Honey

6. Sumac

Instructions

  1. To begin with, use a frying pan over medium-high heat. Add your walnuts, only adding enough for a single layer. This step should take around 5 minutes. Don’t forget to stir your walnuts frequently! Once your walnuts are ready, add 1 tbsp of olive oil over.

2.  Secondly, toast your bread.  Personally, the toaster is my go to for this step. You could grilled your sliced bread in the oven, either way will work just fine.

3. Then, spread goat cheese on top of each slice, be generous!

4. Next, sprinkle your toast with roasted walnuts. Drizzle some delicious honey and olive oil.

5. Finally, add sumac over the toasts just before your guests are ready to eat.

Goat Cheese Toasts with Walnuts, Honey & Sumac recipe
Goat Cheese Toasts with Walnuts, Honey & Sumac recipe

Self service goat cheese toasts

Alternatively, you could present this as a self service appetisers. In other words, place your toasted bread in a cute basket, your roasted walnuts on the side and all ingredients in cute bowls. That way, your guests could make their own toasts!

Goat Cheese Toasts with Walnuts, Honey & Sumac recipe

There’s no apéro without 1 ou 2 Cocktails

You might have known this by now but photographing beautiful cocktails by 1 ou 2 Cocktails is a true passion. Which is probably the reason why we decided to publish a book L’Apéro au Québec together. Rose created the perfect cocktail recipe for my goat cheese toasts. A delicious drink made with gin, grapefruits and a few other key ingredients. Click here for the recipe.

Goat Cheese Toasts with Walnuts, Honey & Sumac recipe
Goat Cheese Toasts with Walnuts, Honey & Sumac recipe

Lastly, enjoy every bite and sip!

Cheers!

XOXO
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