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How do you serve port and Stilton?
Last Updated: 16th June, 2020
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Keeping this in consideration, how do you serve a whole Stilton?
Simply cut into easy to handle portions, wrap in cling film or foil and freeze for up to 3 months. De-frost slowly – preferably in the fridge overnight. Allow to reach room temperature before serving. Stilton crumbles effortlessly for use in salads, soups and dips.
One may also ask, can you eat the outside of Stilton? Blue Stilton is often eaten with celery or pears. The cheese is traditionally eaten at Christmas. The rind of the cheese forms naturally during the aging process, and is perfectly edible, unlike the rind of some other cheeses, such as Edam or Port Salut.
Similarly one may ask, what goes well with Stilton?
Sweet wines such as Port go well with Stilton, as do fruity chutneys such as mango. As it crumbles easily, Stilton also works well in salads and soups; Paul Foster pairs it with chicory in his wintry Stilton and chicory salad .
What do you serve with vintage port?
These include serving young Vintage Port with fish based dishes such as roasted wrasse and smoked eel, drinking mature Vintages with delicate meat dishes such as braised ox cheek and young venison ribs and offering the 20 and 30 year old Tawnies alongside cod fish or pigeon based dishes.