Goat’s Cheese Ganache

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Rococo: Mastering The Art Of Chocolate

By Chantal Coady

Published 2012

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My twelve expert tasters all loved this, even when they heard what the mystery ingredient was. It is light in texture and has an extremely subtle flavour, so subtle in fact that only one of the dozen tasters guessed it contained goat’s cheese. Try serving it as an ‘extreme canapé’, quenelled on to sea salt chocolate wafers rather than rolled into truffle balls, or replacing the goat’s cheese with camembert, taleggio or stilton, removing the rind and cuttin