I have been making this recipe for years and have found out that you can freeze it. I make it in smaller containers and put them in the freezer and remove when I need and appetizer for a party or just for us on a football Sunday afternoon.
Goat Cheese Spread
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GrandmaKY Posted: 10/23/10
pana47 Posted: 10/22/09
This is a keeper and often on our "please bring" request list. Easy to substitute other types of pesto, herbs, or as I did last week, to use up an open container of roasted red peppers. I've also made this recipe in mini loaf pans. The platter always winds up empty!
jnelson Posted: 02/01/09
I served this during the holidays and again this week - it is always the hit of the party! Guests ask for the recipe - best made the night before and very easy! I have used both fresh and dried oregano and both work great.
WIFoodie Posted: 10/18/10
I wanted something savory for my morning bagel, not a party dish, so I mixed the pesto into the whole shmear, topped with chopped roasted red peppers after spreading on the bagel and skipped the layering part--it's just fantastic! I'm going to prepare as directed for thanksgiving hors d'oeuvres. I know my family and friends will rave over this one!
dulcimerdiva Posted: 12/23/09
Makes a nice presentation. Everyone enjoyed it and it is addictive.
carmelita Posted: 05/04/12
I too have been making this appetizer for years ! It's always receiving compliments and requests for the recipe. Great blend of flavors. The sun dried tomatoes can get pricey, but it makes a good portion.