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wow baked goat's cheese without baking I love it!! The salad can always be revamped but the spinach or mesclun mix seems to pair really well with the goats cheese. I sprinkle almonds and sometimes add some strawberries anything goes but the goats cheese is what makes this such a hit.
This is a good recipe that impresses guests without much effort. I loved the texture and delicate flavor of the warm goat cheese encrusted with the garlic and breadcrumb mixture but thought the spinach needed a little something extra. Next time I will try adding a good amount of freshly shredded carrot and/or diced red or yellow pepper to add color and variety. I would definately make this again; it's very quick and easy.
I LOVE Goat Cheese Salads and this one just didn't do it for me. I'll try it again sometime with a different Goat Cheese (I'm sure that the one you pick makes or breaks this salad). I also had trouble coating the cheese with bread crumbs the way I wanted to but that was probably just user error.
Very nice salad. It was rather difficult "baking" the goat cheese. I was impatient and put it all in the pan making it very challenging to flip them. So do only a few at a time like the directions say. I used panko for the bread crumbs. I also made the oil and vinegar into a dressing whisking in 1/2 tsp. dijon mustard and 1/2 tsp. mayo (as emulsifiers) and adding a pinch of salt and pepper. Some real bacon bits were a good addition too.
I thought the 'baked' goat cheese was delicious...I used panko 'italian style' bread crumbs..I thought the cool greens with the warm cheese was good but next time I might try sauteed spinach with sun-dried tomatoes...Thanks for a great recipe