Saturday, July 4, 2009

Endive Goat Boats



If you have visited my blog before you know I don't like to cook. This recipe actually doesn't require your actual cooking. It's simply assembly.

I think I like it because of what they are called.
Endive Goat Boats
Sort of gives you an interesting mental picture, doesn't it?

OK Here goes...

Put endive leaves on a plate.
Sprinkle goat cheese in each one (at Least a Tbsp)
Put about a tsp. of orange marmalade on the the goat cheese
Wrap prosciutto strips around each little boat
Garnish with grated fennel

And, Yes, I did have to go into the kitchen and get the left over prosciutto package to know how to spell it.

I hope your Fourth is a Bang!

9 comments:

Kathy's Red Door Welcome said...

Have a Happy 4th!

So Not Mom-a-licious said...

Ohhh, these remind me of these ham, cream cheese and pickle wraps I like! Same concept, different ingredients. AND, no cooking!

Stopping by to give you a big welcome to the STIStahood. We are so glad you could join us and look forward to seeing you around.

Keetha Broyles said...

They do look yummy!!!

I don't spend much time these days cooking either.

drollgirl said...

i am so glad i don't have to spell that word!

hope your fourth has been fab!!!

Saucy said...

Closing eyes... picturing... endive... goat... boats... you're right. Interesting.

Housewife Savant said...

Yummy. I want some. Unfortunately it's Sunday and no one's home for the Trying of New Foods.
I'll have to settle for fennel grated onto my Mr.

withoutadornment said...

Those look really good and they're simple, too! Thanks for sharing!

withoutadornment said...

Those look really good and they're simple, too! Thanks for sharing!

Lynn said...

OMG are you Italian? Hubby is and we eat a lot of Fennel (so does my puppy, he loves it), and a lot of Belgium Endive. Even I could make this but I would NOT add marmalade, Yuk, no way LOL, sprinkle some pepper instead maybe.