The first day of our official summer tomorrow and it feels more like the first day of spring! I am not going to complain though because today consisted of a sunny stroll to school, the patio doors wide open, laughing children and friends for lunch. This was such a simple, colourful meal to throw together and the combination of flavours was delicious. Served with a couscous tabbouleh and some crusty bread, it was devoured.
To make six parcels you will need;
- 175g cashel blue cheese
- 50g crushed walnuts
- 6 filo sheets
- honey, to drizzle
- 2tbsp milk
Preheat oven to 200 degrees.
Divide the cheese into six equal portions and place a piece into the middle of a sheet of filo pastry.
Sprinkle some walnuts over the cheese and drizzle with some honey.
Gather the corners of the pastry in and give a slight twist to gather together. Place on a baking tray.
Brush with some milk before placing in the hot oven for twenty minutes.
Serve with some pears that have been halved and baked in the oven with a drizzle of honey and a squeeze of lemon.
It’s been slightly hectic around here the last couple of weeks and my poor food blog has had to take a back seat. I need more hours in my day and more days in my week. My photography venture has really taken off and our events business is off to a flying start but without this little blog of mine I don’t think either of these would have even entered my realm. So nice to have a little corner of the web that is mine and thanks for sticking around lovely readers! xxx