The Ferme de la Barlette is a dairy farm that has around sixty Black-pied Holstein cows...
The cultivated area includes grazing and flattened fields, fields of cereals and fodder beet to feed the livestock.
The products are on sale at the farm.
Barlette cheese is a block of cheese made from unpasteurised milk. Its crust is yellow and it is produced with no added colours or preservatives. It is sold natural and with pepper.
500ml pots of natural yoghurt
The producer's recipe
Croquettes with Barlette cheese
Ingredients: 75g butter, 75g flour, 200g grated Barlette, 1/2 litre milk, 2 eggs, salt, pepper and nutmeg, oil and breadcrumbs.
Make a roux in a saucepan using butter and flour. Then pour in the milk and stir until it becomes a bechamel sauce. Remove from heat and add the egg yolks. Season to taste with salt, pepper and nutmeg. Cook for 3 minutes. Remove from heat and add the grated cheese. Spread the mixture over a greased dish at a thickness of 3cm and lightly oil the surface of the mixture to prevent it from drying out. Put in the fridge for 6 to12 hours. Cut into 6cm by 4cm rectangles. Dip the croquettes in the flour, the egg whites then the breadcrumbs. Put them in the fryer at 180°C for 5 minutes.