Tuesday, 7 February 2012

Primula Cheese Offers Easy Alternative Very Tasty Recipes For Shrove Tuesday

Primula is offering busy families and individuals a few simple recipe ideas for Shrove Tuesday. The recipes make the ideal lunchbox snack and are a fresh alternative to the traditional 'lemon and sugar' pancake.

The uniquely squeezy cheese is a healthy option for savoury pancakes as it contains a third less fat than hard cheese and is a good source of calcium, ideal for children.

Recipe suggestions:

Primula Cheese & Ham with fresh Red Pepper Pancakes

Ingredients

• 4 large ready-made pancakes

• 1 x 150g tube Primula Cheese & Ham Spread

• 1 fresh red pepper, deseeded & sliced

• Handful of basil leaves (optional)

Method

1. Squeeze lines of Primula Cheese & Ham on half of 1 pancake

2. Fold the other half over it & press closed

4. Cut into 2 equal segments

5. Now squeeze some Primula Cheese & Ham on both of the separate

segments and add some red pepper slices

6. Fold over the top segment to make a plump, chunky pancake sandwich

7. Repeat this with the remaining pancakes

8. Wrap with cling film of foil


Primula Cheese & Chive with fresh Green Pepper Pancakes

Ingredients

• 4 large ready-made pancakes

• 1 x 150g tube Primula Cheese & Chive Spread

• 1 fresh green pepper, deseeded & sliced

Method

1. Squeeze lines of Primula Cheese & Chive on half of 1 pancake.

2. Fold the other half over it & press closed

4. Cut into 2 equal segments

5. Now squeeze some Primula Cheese & Chive on both of the separate segments and add some green pepper slices

6. Fold over the top segment to make a plump, chunky pancake sandwich

7. Repeat this with the remaining pancakes

8. Wrap with cling film of foil


V Suitable for vegetarians

The pancake suggestions can be made using Primula Light for a low fat alternative. With just 37 Kcal and 1.5g of fat per 25g squeeze Primula Light is the ideal cheese spread for slimmers.

For more information on Primula including a huge range of recipe and snack ideas please visit www.primula.co.uk or www.facebook.com/PrimulaCheese

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