What can I do with a big lump of stilton ?

(27 Posts)
Slothlorien Wed 14-Nov-12 17:19:56

Don't like it 'neat' on crackers. There must be something nice I can do with it. Any ideas ?

VolumeOfACone Wed 14-Nov-12 17:22:40

Soup! With broccoli.

Ragwort Wed 14-Nov-12 17:22:43

Delicious in toasted sandwiches.

Stilton and broccoli soup (or stilton & onion soup which I made once when I didn' have broccoli and is even more delicious).

Grated on jacket potatoes

Quiche

Grilled on top of chicken/pork/steak

Send it to me - I love stilton grin

Melted on top of big roasted mushrooms.

Lolcbcblemonlime Wed 14-Nov-12 18:17:54

Melted with a bit of milk and mixed with spinach makes amazing pasta sauce. Works wonderfully with spaghetti.

Selks Wed 14-Nov-12 18:21:39

Roast beef, stilton and spinach leaves sandwich, on crusty bread, smear of mayo (mmmmm...)

Chunky home made beef burger made with best steak mince on mixed leaves in burger bun with stilton on top of burger......yum

Mushroom and stilton risotto

SquishyCinnamonSwirls Wed 14-Nov-12 18:31:35

Mushroom, walnut and blue cheese pastries

Get a sheet of puff pastry and cut into 4.
Sautee some mushrooms and mix in with walnuts and crumbled blue cheese.
Score an edge around the pastry and put mushroom mixture inside margin. Brush pastry edge with a beaten egg and then bake for approx 15-20 mins.

Slothlorien Wed 14-Nov-12 23:34:39

Mmm thanks everyone. Hungry now!

seabuckthorn Thu 15-Nov-12 14:10:38

New potatoes or just small waxy ones crushed with Stilton crumbled in served with steak is particularly tasty!

recall Thu 15-Nov-12 14:11:53

someone told me the other day, to put it on top of a hot mince pie shock

Ahardyfool Thu 15-Nov-12 14:21:14

Stilton burgers, with broccoli as soup, oh so many (yummy) possibilities!

julie81 Fri 16-Nov-12 09:35:21

Hi
I always have a huge piece given me so i divide and freeze, seems fine.The bottom recipe of this link by Nigel Slater is very good http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2003/nov/02/foodanddrink.shopping

tethersend Fri 16-Nov-12 09:37:42

Very good with fruitcake!

Sprinkled on a sheet of puff pastry and cooked asparagus.

Mixed with cream and poured over chicken

artifarti Fri 16-Nov-12 17:39:57

Mix it into a butternut squash risotto...yumyumyum...

unexpectediteminbaggingarea Fri 16-Nov-12 17:57:59

stilton, bacon and mushroom toasted sandwiches. Properly lovely.

bluesky Fri 16-Nov-12 17:58:46

stilton mash, yum

ClareMarriott Fri 16-Nov-12 18:39:04

Sorry, I'm being flippant here but enter a cheese rolling competition !

wonkylegs Fri 16-Nov-12 18:42:35

I've never had a big lump of Stilton long enough to try any recipes sad
DS & DH are blue cheese fiends and polish off gigantic quantities usually when I'm not looking.
DH has however once made it grilled on top of steak for a special dinner it was yum.

ParsingFancy Fri 16-Nov-12 18:45:26

Give it to me, unappreciative heathen!

Drooling now...

Ahardyfool Fri 16-Nov-12 19:45:25

DD and I went and bought Stilton and mince pies this afternoon. We've just sampled warm mince pie with Stilton mudjed on top. 'Twere quite nice.

HollyBollyBooBoo Sat 17-Nov-12 08:15:31

Stilton sauce for steak or chicken with chunky chips to dunk in it aswell.

Ullena Sun 18-Nov-12 00:56:30

Crumble it over some spicy chicken wings and pop them in the oven to heat through. Lovely cheesy topping!

Make a stilton sauce and have with pasta. I do it with chorizo, crispy bacon chopped up, asparagus, onion & peas. Then add cream and stilton. Add pasta. My fave food ever.

berri Mon 19-Nov-12 20:21:28

Warm up some cut & squeezed-open figs under the grill and put a little chunk of stilton on until it's melted. Lovely.

Taffeta Tue 20-Nov-12 20:06:21

I had a rib of beef the other weekend with a stilton sauce which was To Die For.

From memory, it was stilton, creme fraiche, gherkins, lemon juice, shallots and tarragon whizzed up in a food processor .

I seriously recommend it. It was even better the next day with cold rare roast beef.

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