Tasty spreads

Today you get three recipes for fabulous spreads and one for marinated Feta cheese. You need a little more money for 200g cream cheese (Philadelphia) and 200g feta, but at the end you get a large amount that will be enough for three to four days for dinner. Add some freshly baked bread, cucumber and tomatoes – delicious!

At the end I give you a few tips for variants, so that it doesn’t get boring 😉 .

Cream cheese with avocado and egg

Ingredients: 1 avocado jucy with lemon, 2 hard-boiled eggs, 60g cream cheese, some salt, 1-2 teaspoons mustard.

Preparation: Chop the eggs into small pieces, crush the avocado with a fork and then mix all the ingredients together. Season to taste.

Cream cheese with smoked salmon

Ingredients: 60g cream cheese, 2-3 tablespoons cream fraiche (optionally yoghurt), 1 pack smoked salmon (only use approx. 50 – 100g), 2 tablespoons horseradish (if available), some pepper, 1 small onion diced.

Preparation: Cut the salmon and onion into small pieces and mix with the other ingredients. Season to taste. Can be refined with the green of spring onions.

Cream cheese with dates and curry

Ingredients and Preparation: 80g cream cheese, 2-3 tablespoons cream fraiche (optional yoghurt), 1 teaspoon curry, 4-5 dates minced, some salt, some cumin (if available). Season to taste. If you like, you can also chop parsley and stir it in.

Marinated Feta Cheese

Ingredients: 1 packet of feta, 1-2 cloves of garlic, Italian dried herbs or similar, olive oil (optionally mix with other vegetable oil). Jar with lid.

Preparation: Dice the feta, cut the garlic cloves into small pieces and mix with the remaining ingredients in a jar. Seal and leave in the fridge for at least a day.

A few variants for cream cheese:

Walnuts, honey, mustard

Pineapple, almonds,

Ham, spring onion, apple

Apple, curry, mustard

Mango, chilli, fried chicken

Pear, raw ham, pickled peppercorns

Roasted onion cubes

Celery, apple, carrots

Dried tomatoes, olives, paprika powder

… you can make this also with cottage cheese or Quark

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