Thermomix Herb and Cheese Log

Herb and Cheese Log

1 clove garlic
3 tbsp chives, chopped
3 tbsp basil, chopped
2 tbsp parsley, chopped
250g cream cheese
125g goat’s cheese or white Castello cheese
¼ to ½ tsp cracked black pepper

Place garlic, chives, basil and parsley into TM bowl and with dial set to closed lid position, press the Turbo button 3 times.  Set aside 1/3 herb mixture.

Add cheeses, pepper and garlic to the TM bowl with the remaining herbs and beat for 10-15 seconds on Speed 6.

Turn out onto greaseproof paper.  Roll into log shape and then roll entire log into the reserved herb mixture.  Roll up in the greaseproof paper and refrigerate for 3-4 hours.

General Tips

Vary this mix with different herbs and spices and add chilli, etc as you like.
Serve with crackers and crudités.

Recipe contributed by Nikki Branson (but amended to incorporate reader’s comment)

Enjoy xx

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2 Responses to Thermomix Herb and Cheese Log

  1. Heather says:

    I find this a bit confusing… First instructions says place garlic and herbs into bowl and mix. Then place chives, basil and parsley in bowl and mix them… which herbs are these?.. the ones I’ve just mixed with the garlic?? Do they need to be blitzed twice?? A bit lost… help??

    • Hello Heather, thanks very much for your comment…I did have another look over the recipe and see what you mean! I have now amended to how I believe the recipe should read. I haven’t made this one yet but thinking it may have to be on our Christmas menu! Thanks again, Simone x

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