This pack-and-go lunchtime take on the cheese plate is as easy as packing up marinated cheese, nuts, bread, and fruit and then putting them together when you’re ready for lunch.
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Pour a little of the olive oil in a small bowl, and dip each cheese round in the oil to coat it completely—this will keep them from sticking together in the jar. Add the rounds to the jar, alternating the cheese with the fennel or coriander seeds. Cover completely with oil and refrigerate for at least 4 days before eating.
Make Ahead Tips
The goat cheese rounds can remain in their marinade, refrigerated, for up to 1 month.
If you don’t have goat cheese, you can marinate feta. Instead of walnuts, apples, and figs, you could pack sunflower or pumpkin seeds, raisins, or fresh or dried apricots. You can also add butter lettuce leaves, a can of oil-packed tuna or sardines, olives, or slices of prosciutto or salami.
i cooked for my friends last night and instead of a dessert , i made this recipe and we all liked it !!!loved the fennel!!!
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