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Where can I hide my laughing cow extra light triangles

#1
..when I say "hide" I mean can I put it in any dish so I can't see or taste it?

I bought them a week ago and tried one and they just taste revolting!!! But I don't want to throw them in the bin. I thought I might be able to hide them in some kind of dish?

Should this be in the recipe section? If yes, sorry and please move :)
 
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big bear

A bear on a mission!
#2
Stuff them in a chicken breast & wrap in bacon...not sure if this is hiding them enough.

Stir into a risotto

Put them in freezer then grate on top of things i.e. lasagna, quiche
 
#4
@big bear: I like the freezing idea
and @metrognome: That sounds really good, too ;-)
 

JemmaBe

Silver Member
#5
Into mashed potato, with a little boiling water to melt them down. So good, and practically the same colour so you won't notice, just the cheesy goodness!

N.B. I can't get enough laughing cow so I'm always finding places to put it into my food!
 
#8
Pop them in the freezer, then grate them over things like pasta, chicken etc or anything you would put a pit of parmesan over.


Edit: Sorry, just realised this was posted above!
 
#9
I cant stand them either but.....melted into baked beans for a tattie is away to get rid of them. :D (oh and add marmite in too, if you love it that is)
 
#11
lovetosew said:
you can hide them in my fridge if you like, I love them on crackerbread!
Haha...yeah email me your address;-)

Cool ideas everyone...the carbonara idea sounds really good!whether or not it can duly replace parmesan or not will have to be discovered:)
 
#14
I have melted them in a pan with a little water to make a cheesey-esk or white sauce (afor mentioned lack of cheeseyness). On Extra Easy just pop any free fish (haddock salmon ect) in a dish, pour over 'sauce' cover with mash (mixed with fat free fromais) and pop in oven was really nice. :D
 
#15
I haven't tried this yet but I have been thinking of using to spread on bread as a replacement for butter or margarine in a sandwich. I think the filling would mask the flavour of the LC and it would give you the texture of having butter.
 
#16
I don't see the point in Laughing Cow Extra Light. They're revolting compared to the normal Light ones and you just get six instead of five, it's pointless. I stick to plain old Light which I quite like. Stick em in mack or stuffed chicken and NEVER BUY EM AGAIN! :D

Same with mini Babybel light, they're gross compared to normal Babybe, you just get 3 instead of 2. Id rather have 2 good ones than 3 revolting ones! :confused:
 
#17
I don't see the point in Laughing Cow Extra Light. They're revolting compared to the normal Light ones and you just get six instead of five, it's pointless. I stick to plain old Light which I quite like. Stick em in mack or stuffed chicken and NEVER BUY EM AGAIN! :D

Same with mini Babybel light, they're gross compared to normal Babybe, you just get 3 instead of 2. Id rather have 2 good ones than 3 revolting ones! :confused:
funny, I actually quite like babybel light..can't really taste a difference..but you are right I'll never buy Laughing Cow again..
 


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