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Peach and Goat Cheese Tartine

Rated as 4.79 out of 5 Stars

"For me, this is summer on a slice of bread. August is national goat cheese month (no, I don't know who decides these things), and what better way to enjoy chevre than by topping it with sweet, ripe, impossibly juicy peach slices? Mix in a little thyme and black pepper to keep things interesting, and you're looking at a very special treat."
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15 m servings 477
Original recipe yields 2 servings


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  1. Set oven rack about 6 inches from the heat source and preheat the oven's broiler. Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil.
  2. Place toast on prepared baking sheet and drizzle each side with about 1 teaspoon olive oil.
  3. Stir goat cheese, thyme, pepper together in a bowl until soft and spreadable.
  4. Spread cheese mixture on each piece of toast all the way to the edges so entire piece is covered.
  5. Top each toast with 3 peach slices; drizzle remaining olive oil and sprinkle salt over the top.
  6. Broil in the preheated oven until tops and edges are lightly browned and cheese and peaches are warmed through, about 2 minutes.

Nutrition Facts

Per Serving: 477 calories; 31.3 31.2 18.2 45 696 Full nutrition

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Easy recipe and good, although, wait until late Summer. I did these with peaches this week and the peaches just weren't that good. Not the recipe's fault. The black pepper really makes the dis...

Fantastic appetizer! I used a French baguette and trippled the cheese, Thyme and pepper. Had to have it in the broiler close to 10 minutes at 6" from heat. It was a HUGE success! I will be makin...

Delicious! My bread was a bit too fresh, but still very tasty. I used peaches but also used strawberries tossed in sushi vinegar (rice vinegar and sugar). Both are great. :) I'm a huge fan of Ch...

I love this recipe!!! You can also vary with putting the peaches on the grill first and then really kicking up that summer flavor!! The grill helps if your peaches aren't end of summer perfect...

This was extremely tasty! The olive oil was a nice touch. I love Chef John's videos, he always makes me laugh out loud and plus they're yummy recipes!

Be careful because it burns the edges of the bread very quickly.

I made it with peaches, strawberries, and raspberries. The raspberries were a bit too tart. The whole thing might need a little bit of sugar sprinkled on top of the fruit. Other than that, a gre...

Had to use well-drained, canned peaches and 1/4 tsp. of dried thyme. For my taste, too much olive oil. Next time will use olive oil on only one side of the bread, try it with some mint or rose...

Very easy to make. I used melba toast instead.