The Cheese and Lavash Pairing Challenge
From cheddar to blue and every stop in between
When you're planning a cheese platter with the Baylies range of Lavash, you have a wide palate of flavours to work with.
Before we start pairing with cheeses, let's meet the base Lavash flavours:
Let's look at each Lavash style and give you some cheese options.
Baylies Plain Lavash Cheese Pairing
Baylies Plain Lavash is your perfect entertaining backup plan.
Quite simply, Plain Lavash can be paired with any type of cheese.
While your options are endless, here are some of our favourites:
- Aged Cheddars
- Pepper Cheddar
- Smoky and traditional Cheddar
- Goat's cheese
For a more nutty flavour, we opt for Chevre or, when we're feeling more daring, we've paired Lavash with a marinated Chevre.
Baylies Pepper Lavash Cheese Pairing
When pairing our Pepper Lavash, be mindful that its flavour needs to work with the cheese you choose.
A safe option is to go with a mild creamy cheese, such as Brie or Camembert.
Of course, another aspect of choosing Lavash with a strong flavour like Pepper is that it can hold its own when matched with equally strong and bitey cheeses.
For example, Baylies Pepper Lavash paired with strong or smoky cheddar is pure delight, and the joy is unbound when paired with a light blue vein, if that is something your palate enjoys.
Baylies Rosemary Lavash Cheese Pairing
But something that might surprise you, the fresh rosemary flavour, works extraordinarily well when paired with sweeter notes in fruit cheeses.
If you like culinary adventures, put this claim to the test by picking up your favourite fruit cheese, like walnut and apricot, and pair it with our Rosemary Lavash.
Baylies Dipping Cracker: 'Dip and Eat'
Baylies Dipping Crackers are a good size to simply dip and eat.
It's a versatile cracker for those who want more cheese than cracker.
We would love to hear your feedback and take any further suggestions for pairing our delicious range of Lavash with your favourite cheese or dip.
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