Sunday Supper- On Repeat

…. Re-viewing and re-posting some old posts. This one from nearly 2 years ago…..

After a big Cowes Week (and a big meat eating week) we decided to have a very simple supper. Pasta shells with blue cheese sauce. This was an experiment really, and worked really well.

Ingredients were;


Creme fraiche

Blue cheese

Garlic (1 clove)

Olive oil (1 gloop)

Gently sautee garlic clove in olive oil. Add crumbled blue cheese. Add creme fraiche and black pepper and melt and stir on a low heat until a thick sauce is formed.

Cook pasta according to packet

Combine and eat.





6 thoughts on “Sunday Supper- On Repeat

    • It is called ‘Saint Agur’. My favourite. I think the closest it would be in Australia is blue costello or Danish blue. It is fairly mild- but very smooth and creamy.


    • You could try a mixture of creme fraiche and a sharp cheddar cheese, so it is like macaroni cheese. (I LOVE mac and cheese. mmm.) Or, if you want something milder- mix creme fraiche, ricotta and fresh spinach leaves stirred in until wilted. Yum. 🙂


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