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UEP Subang Jaya Malaysia
Boursin; Really Soft and Creamy
Nov 07, 2003 12:58 PM 7223 Views
(Updated Nov 07, 2003 12:58 PM)


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Boursin soft cheese really is one of the great French cheeses.It is best described as a modern,creamery,fresh cheese of cylindrical shape and it comes without a rind. It was initially introduced in 1957 in the Normandy region by one Monsier Boursin,hence its name. This delicate soft cheese has a distinctive fresh and light taste with a rich,sweet,flavour and there is a rather subtle hint of acidity about it. It is normally flavoured with the likes of garlic,herbs and pepper. It is used as a table cheese for spreading and bakery and features in a lot of recipes. For breakfast you could try it on a Mini Grilled Toast (Pain Grille) ,with a slice of Raisin Bread, a Croissant or with some Water Biscuits. For your midday meal how about Boursin Baked Potatoes or in evening a Stuffed Jacket Potato with Leeks,Cheddar and Boursin cheese ?Boursin with Mushrooms is another much featured recipe. In a sandwich you could perhaps have it with sliced ham or salami and it goes very well with wines such as Graves, Cabernet Sauvignon and Medoc. In cheese stores,grocers shops and supermarkets in the UK it is usually sold in a distinctive corrugated-foil wrapper.Whilst it is undenibly delicious,unfortunately,it also happens to be fattening. Still let your hair down occasionally ,forget those calories and enjoy a highly recommended and flavoursome soft cheese from France ! Thanks very much for reading and rating this review

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