Cannelloni Bean ‘Pate’ with Olives and Goats Cheese

We do love our pates, mashes, purées… just condiments all together. They always and we mean always, lift any meal giving it more life, flavour, and character

Try this simple pate-ish’ recipe. It is truely brilliant


Ingredients:

– 1 can of organic cannelloni beans

– Around 6 pitted green and black olives (roughly chopped up)

– 2 cubes of Meredith’s goats cheese

– 1 pinch of himalayan salt

– 1 pinch of pepper

– 1.5 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil

– 1 teaspoon of ground cumin


Method:

This is a really simple ‘pate’ that will take you literally 5 minutes! All you need is a food processor at hand and the ingredients listed above

Firstly, you have to drain the cannelloni beans ensuring you get rid of most of the liquid. Then simply place the beans in the food processor, along with the goats cheese, chopped up olives, spices and olive oil

Turn on the food processor until you can see that the ingredients are nicely mixed together. We believe its best when the olives are still in ‘chucks’ throughout the paste, giving it a bit more of a ‘crunch’

Have a sneaky taste, if you believe it’s too dry then add a little more olive oil or a dash of water

And voila, that is all you have to do! Serve as a dip, or dollop onto a salad, or spread onto a freshly baked moist ‘melt in your mouth’ loaf

Enjoy Lovelies

 

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2 thoughts on “Cannelloni Bean ‘Pate’ with Olives and Goats Cheese

  1. Hi Sarah, thanks for sharing, Its really simple to make and looks interesting, Can I use ricotta or cream cheese instead of goat cheese will it taste fine?

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