Aperitif time is slowly coming back. What I like above all are spreads of all kinds. I could serve only that. There is of course the pesto whose ingredients I like to vary like here Where thebut also the guacamole or hummus. I also like rillettes, whether they are composed of chicken Where salmon.
Today, I offer you a spread made with artichoke and goat cheese.
I always buy my goat cheeses at the market. The producer is charming and her choice of cheeses very interesting. It is sold from very fresh, strained, to very mature. Usually, I always choose logs of goat cheese that are very unripened, still very soft, perfect for this artichoke spread. By leaving them in the fridge, they will continue to dry out. Sometimes I flavor them with different spices and herbs. This is delicious! And again, it’s perfect as an aperitif.
You can serve this artichoke spread with breadsticks or simply toast.
1 untreated lemon
Start by removing the first leaves from the artichoke. Then cut the top of the leaves and with the knife turn all around the artichoke so as to keep only the heart and the base of the leaves.