I always use them in pasta sauces and stuffed in chicken, but my ultimate favourite is in stuffed peppers. For 2 people I finely chop up a small red onion, 1 or 2 mushrooms, a couple of small tomatoes and add in 4-5 triangles, salt, pepper, garlic, basil and some frozen garden peas. Mix it all up with a spoon until it makes a thick mixture then stuff into halved peppers and bake in a 200o oven for about 25 mins.
You can put anything you like into the mixture and it always seems to taste great!
I use my cow triangles in wholemeal for a sandwich at work but having made soup tonight to take for lunch it frees up the triangles. We are def going to be trying the chicken and bacon and stuffed peppers. My mouth is watering reading this thread!
I love to mix them with tagiatelle pasta and bacon. I find that they melt just as easy without water or milk...just make sure that whatever you're putting them into is hot enough for them to melt.
They work well in risottos too
Bit late to the party, but I came up with a great quick lunch at work using Laughing Cow the other week.
I was in a hurry so I chucked some cooked pasta, chopped raw courgette, cherry tomatoes, sliced up ham and black pepper in a tupperware box. Unwrapped 3 LC lights, and bunged those on top. Took to work and nuked in the microwave for 3 or so minutes at lunch time. Was actually surprisingly gorgeous.