Whipped Goat Cheese & Skyr Mushroom Toast

Description

These mushroom & sage toasts with whipped goat cheese are life-changing and give all the Fall & holiday vibes right now. The whipped goat cheese is garlicky, lemony and super tangy and creamy from our Traditional Plain Skyr and all-together it’s the BEST. The mixture is then paired with a mix of sautéed white wine mushrooms (shiitake, baby bella and shimeji), garlic and sage. 

Serves 4.

Ingredients
2 tbsp
Butter
2 tbsp
Olive Oil
1/2 pounds
Baby Bella Mushrooms
sliced
1/2 pounds
Shiitake Mushrooms
sliced
1/2 pounds
Shimeji Mushrooms
sliced
5
Sage Leaves
2
Garlic Cloves
minced
1/4 cup
White Wine
1 lemon
juiced
Zest of 1/2 Lemon
Salt and Pepper
to taste
Chopped Parsley and Flakey Sea Salt to finish
10.5 ounces
Goat Cheese Log
room temperature
5.3 ounces
Icelandic Provisions Traditional Plain Skyr
1 container
2
Garlic Cloves
Zest of 1/2 Lemon
Juice of 1 Lemon
1/4 cup
Olive Oil
Salt and Pepper
to taste
Recipe
Step 1:
To begin, start to make your spread. Bring out your goat cheese to room temperature (this helps make it creamy, and helps blend a little bit better). In a food processor or blender, add in your goat cheese, yogurt, garlic cloves, lemon zest, lemon juice, olive oil and salt and pepper. Pulse and blend until a creamy dip forms. *If it’s too thick, adjust as needed with more olive oil and lemon juice.
Step 2:
Next, make your mushrooms. In a cast iron, or skillet, drizzle olive oil and melt butter until glistening. Add in your assorted sliced mushrooms. Let them sweat out for 5-6 minutes until reduced in size.
Step 3:
Season with salt and pepper and add in your minced garlic as well as sage. Cook until fragrant and sautéed.
Step 4:
Add in white wine and let reduce on medium high heat, about 15-20 minutes. Once reduced, let your mushrooms continue to brown and crisp a tad until your desired crisp, on a lower heat. I like mine to have some form of char and crisp, but also still have their regular texture and form.
Step 5:
At this time, you can start to assemble your toasts. Preheat you oven to 400 degrees. Slice your baguette on a bias (or your desired slice), and place on a baking tray with parchment. Season with a drizzle of olive oil, salt and pepper and toast/bake for about 10-15 minutes. Set aside when done. *Tip: when your toasts are out of the oven, you can also take a garlic clove and rub it on the warm toast. This will add a lot of garlicky flavor to your toasts, if you’re into that.
Step 6:
Now back to the mushrooms. When they are ready, turn off the heat, add in your lemon zest, lemon juice and toss. Begin to assemble your toasts. Spread on your whipped goat cheese on the toast, top with your mushrooms and finish with chopped parsley, a little drizzle of olive oil and flakey salt.

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