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Enriched with creme fraiche, heavy cream, smooth, rich, creamy, mellow… Before I even had this cheese in my hands, I knew it was going to be one that I would love, and I was right! In fact, I’d have to say that this is my favorite so far. It is all of the above words and so much more!

I was a bit stumped as of what to make with this cheese, though. We all know I’m not very creative with coming up with a recipe on my own, and internet searches were not bringing me what I was looking for, either. Then I thought to myself – of course! Look on the Ile de France website!

This recipe would be great as an appetizer or a first course. The cheese is quite rich, so one slice is really all each person needs. (Unless you are like me, eating this for lunch and devouring 2 slices!) There are such great flavors going on, but the cheese really is the star.

This is a very soft cheese, and was a bit difficult for me to slice. But once making the toasts, I would let them sit out for a bit to come to room temperature because the cheese just continues to soften and almost tastes melted. This is a cheese I won’t soon forget!

Toast with Supreme Cheese and Tomato
adapted from Ile de France

Makes 4 servings

4 slices French bread, toasted
1 clove of garlic
1 seeded, chopped tomato
8 small slices of ham
4 slices Supreme cheese
1-2 tablespoons chives
olive oil
freshly cracked black pepper

Rub the garlic on the top sides of the toasted French bread. Sprinkle the chopped tomatoes on top of each slice. Layer 2 slices of ham on each, followed by a slice of Supreme cheese. Sprinkle chives on top, then trickle olive oil on top followed by fresh pepper. Serve at room temperature.

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9 Responses to Toast with Supreme Cheese and Tomato

  1. Mrs. L says:

    Supreme cheese? That's a new one on me, I'll have to try to find it.

  2. Carrian says:

    I always thought I was pretty good with cheese, but I haven't heard of that one. I'm off to find it now!

  3. Rosa's Yummy Yums says:

    Mouthwatering!

    Cheers,

    Rosa

  4. Susan from Food Blogga says:

    I have never tasted an Ile de France cheese I didn't like, so I'm sure this one's great too.

  5. Cookie says:

    YUM! How cute are those? I've never had Supreme cheese before and now I feel like I have to try it. With a name like Supreme, it's gotta be good right?

  6. eatme_delicious says:

    I've never heard of supreme cheese! Sounds delicious though.

  7. Sylvie says:

    I have never heard of Supreme but will look out for it.

  8. Kim says:

    I've been living in France for 17 years, am a certified cheese freak, have seen this on the grocery store shelf since forever – and have never tasted it! I think something in its packaging made me write it off as fake cheese (whatever I mean by that)without even looking. You've insprired me. I shall taste. Thanks.

  9. Spryte says:

    I've never heard of supreme cheese, but those look fabulous!

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