I prefer to eat homemade foods. If I am asked to bring cookies for a school party, I bake them. If I am serving chili for dinner, I make it from scratch, not by opening a can. With that being said, I am not opposed to simple dishes, where one combines two ingredients without any cooking.
This past Monday I found a new simple dish through error. I attempted making a honey sauce to drizzle over Manchego (a sheep’s milk cheese). However, when it should have been ready, it was grainy. Although I tried to fix the sauce, it was beyond repair. I thought about just serving slices of Manchego, but then inspiration struck. Why not drizzle plain honey on the cheese?
With that thought, a new snack was created. Being both tasty and simple, this will be a handy “recipe” to have in my repertoire.
- 4 ounces Manchego
- Cut 1/4″ slice of cheese.
- Drizzle lightly with honey.
- Eat immediately.