Goat cheese terrine

If you like goat cheese, you’ll absolutely love this terrine.


Difficulty: Hard

Time: 30 min. preparation time, 0 min. baking time

Nutrition: Calories ca 271 / Protein 17g / Carbohydr. 11g / Fat 17g

Ingredients (4 servings)

500 ggoat cheese
60 mlvegetable stock
1 tspagar-agar
1yellow bell pepper
1red bell pepper
1green onion
1 clovegarlic
1 tbspolive oil
0.5 tspcayenne pepper
watercress to garnish
pesto to serve


kitchen towel, terrine form or loaf pan, large frying pan, plastic wrap, cooking spoon, cutting board, knife, 2 small saucepans

Wine Tip

Prosecco, 2012
This fizzy, light sparkling wine creates an unbeatable duo with the goat cheese aroma. Chilled between 6 – 8°C/45°F, this wine is particularly refreshing.

Step 1

Goat cheese terrine

Finely chop garlic. Finely dice shallots, spring onions, zucchini, and peppers.

cutting board, knife

1 clove garlic / 1 shallot / 1 green onion / 1 zucchini / 1 red bell pepper / 1 yellow bell pepper

Step 2

Goat cheese terrine

Add the garlic, shallots, and chopped vegetables to a large frying pan and sauté with some olive oil. Season with cayenne pepper, salt, and pepper and leave to cool.

large frying pan, cooking spoon

1 tbsp olive oil / 0.5 tsp cayenne pepper / salt / pepper

Step 3

Goat cheese terrine

Warm goat cheese in a saucepan so that it reaches a spreadable consistency.

small saucepan, cooking spoon

500 g goat cheese

Step 4

Goat cheese terrine

Stir the agar-agar into cold vegetable stock and then bring to a boil. Combine with warm goat cheese and mix together.

small saucepan, cooking spoon

1 tsp agar-agar / 60 ml vegetable stock

Step 5

Goat cheese terrine

Line the terrine form with plastic wrap. This works best when the form is filled with a small amount of water, allowing the plastic wrap to lie perfectly inside it. Then pour out the water and pat dry.

kitchen towel, terrine form or loaf pan, plastic wrap

Step 6

Goat cheese terrine

Add one third of the goat cheese to the form.

Step 7

Goat cheese terrine

Add a layer of vegetables and press down lightly. Repeat until goat cheese and vegetables have all been used. Cover the terrine and chill for at least 2 hrs. Cut into slices and serve with watercress and pesto.


watercress to garnish / pesto to serve