Turn Up the Flavor by Adding Blue Cheese to Traditional Meat Dishes

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Blue cheese is one of the most revered cheeses which is created in a special way and was actually invented on accident. Back in the 9th century when people aged cheeses in caves they discovered that if you control the temperature of the cave the cheese will grow bacteria and mold on it which will cause blue streaks and spots to appear which give it the name blue cheese.blue cheese These bacterial populations not only enhanced the aesthetic appeal of the cheese, but also greatly enhanced the flavor and made it sharper yet tasteful. Blue cheese isn't something that the common Joe eats on a regular basis so when you introduce such a meal at a dinner party or other social gathering you will attract quite an amount of attention when everyone wants to see if they can handle eating the reputed blue cheese.

 

Blue cheese can be successfully paired with any number and variety of foods. You can opt to make a blue cheese burger which requires you to melt down a block of blue cheese and mix it in with your favorite condiments including but not limited to parsley, shaved onion and spices. Rosenborg You then bunch up the cheese into a patty shape and place it between two beef patties and then grill them all together. The resulting dish is a blue cheese burger which appears just like a regular burger until you take a bite out of it and the hot melted cheese under pressure in between the two fused juicy patties explodes in your mouth and overwhelms you with deliciousness. You may want to have a nice red wine that isn't too bitter along with your blue cheese burger meal. A sweet wine will contrast with the sharp taste of the cheese and provide a healthy balance to a great meal.The resulting dish is a blue cheese burger which appears just like a regular burger until you take a bite out of it and the hot melted cheese under pressure in between the two fused juicy patties explodes in your mouth and overwhelms you with deliciousness. You may want to have a nice red wine that isn't too bitter along with your blue cheese burger meal. A sweet wine will contrast with the sharp taste of the cheese and provide a healthy balance to a great meal.

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This article was published on 2011/04/19