I used to hate Blue Cheese because of its overwhelming smell, but it is now one of my favourite Cheeses. I particularly love the gooey soft type. If you love Blue Cheese, you must be interested in Blue Cheese Dip. One day I made it using a recipe that I found on the internet. It required Mayonnaise. I didn’t like it because Mayonnaise ruined the distinctive flavour of Blue Cheese. Another recipe required Garlic, and I didn’t like it either. This is how I make Blue Cheese Dip. To enjoy the flavour of Blue Cheese, it has to be very simple.
2 to 3 Servings
50g Blue Cheese *Soft Type OR Hard Type
4 tablespoons (OR more) Unsweetened Greek Yoghurt OR Sour Cream
*Note: Yoghurt makes lighter flavour and Sour Cream makes rich flavour, which is lovely with vegetable sticks, particularly Celery sticks.
Some finely grated Lemon Zest *optional but recommended
Salt & Black Pepper
- Place Blue Cheese in a bowl and crumble it if it is a hard type. Add Greek Yoghurt OR Sour Cream, and mix well. Alter the amount depending on the consistency that you are after.
- Add Lemon Zest, taste it, and add Salt and Black Pepper as required. *Note: If you are going to serve this dip with salty cracker biscuits, season carefully not to make it too salty.