You can roll the goat cheese in freshly minced chives or wild garlic - the result will be outstanding!
Serve with vegetable or fish-based dishes. And don't forget to put some homemade bread, croutons or crackers on the table!
Pinot noir, Sauvignon blanc.
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This is a simple, yummy way of preparing a light main course or a delicate appetiser with fish. Carpaccio is a way of 'cooking' fish or meat without having to use any heat source. The flesh is left to marinate in salt or lemon for at least a day; the use of these ingredients draws water from it and prevents the proliferation of pathogenic bacterias, making it safe to eat. If you don't have time to go through this process yourself, or you don't feel confident and don't want to risk poisoning your guests, you can use already marinated fish, like the one Medusa makes. The combination of the carpaccio with the creamy fresh goat cheese provide a delicious, rounded flavour. Best enjoyed on a crouton, on a slice of homemade bread or together with some crudités.