Stilton is a strongly-flavoured British cheese which pairs perfectly with pears or celery. For a real flavour treat try a recipe for Stilton soup.
These make delicious starters - they always go down very well at dinner parties with vegetarians AND meat-eaters! Very easy to make.
These little bruschetta makes a great nibble. If you can't get Stilton get an alternative blue cheese.
I always have leftovers after doing a Sunday roast, so I decided to make something a bit different this time. At Christmas when you get a cheeseboard who eats the smelly blue cheese? No one that's who. I thought I would crumble it up and add it to my chicken parcels. These are so easy to make as everything is out of a packet and all mixed together.
A rich, creamy smooth soup. Top with crunchy croutons to make a perfect dinner party or Christmas starter.
This a lovely and different way to serve crab. You can substitute another blue cheese for Stilton, depending on what you can find.
A very original and delicious finger food, perfect as an elegant nibble. Dates are stuffed with Stilton, wrapped in ham and baked.
This savoury souffle is baked with cauliflower and white Stilton cheese. It is seasoned with bay, wholegrain mustard and fresh chives. It's sure to impress.
A great sauce for roast beef or chicken, this is a very rich combination of milk, cream, wine, egg, Stilton and Swiss cheese.
An old favourite with a distinctive new flavour: venison bangers and a designer mash of celeriac, potatoes and blue cheese are just the thing, with a bottle of hearty red wine, for a warming dinner.
Cabbage, with a rich dressing of cream and blue cheese, goes particularly well with roast lamb.