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Fromage Fort: Homemade Cheese Spread | Jacques Pépin Cooking At Home | KQED

Have a stockpile of leftover cheese in your refrigerator? Try this fromage fort - a spreadable strong cheese recipe made with white wine. Simply remove rinds and cut up an assortment of hard and soft cheeses. If you're using a lot of hard cheese and would like to soften the mixture, add a bit of cream cheese or sour cream. Put the cheese in a food processor with a bit of dry white wine (you can substitute vegetable broth), 4 garlic cloves, and pepper. That's it! You can put the mixture to brown in the broiler for a milder flavor. Put on top of soup, in pasta, cream puff dough, or just spread on a nice piece of crusty bread.

What you'll need:
1 lb. assorted cheese, garlic cloves, white wine, pepper.

Jacques Pépin Cooking At Home
Episode 127: Fromage Fort
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