What is boursin cheese?
A Flavor for every occasion Derived from a traditional party dish, fromage frais, Boursin Cheese combines savory herbs and rich flavors with creamy, yet crumbly Gournay Cheese.
What does Boursin taste like?
Boursin is fresh cream and soft cheese, flavoured with herbs and spices. Although it is just an herb-flavoured French cream cheese that can be easily imitated, only Boursin with its buttery flavour and slightly crumbly texture can be labelled as an “All natural Gournay cheese”.
What to do with Boursin?
Meanwhile, heat the oil in a frying pan and cook the mushrooms for 3-4 minutes, then add the spinach and cook until wilted. Add the Boursin, milk, pepper and nutmeg, and stir into the vegetables until the cheese has melted down to form a creamy sauce. Since it is quite rich, it should be fairly thin – add a dash more milk if you think it needs it.
How do you make boursin cheese sauce?
Add heavy cream and bring the sauce to a simmer, about 5-7 minutes, until nice and thick. The spoon should leave a line/trail as you run it through the sauce. Turn the heat to low and add Boursin cheese, stirring until melted and fully incorporated. Taste the sauce and add any kosher salt or fresh black pepper as needed.
Which was the first cheese to be featured in a commercial?
To reach even more cheese-craving people, François decided to make history again by being the first cheese to be featured in a national TV ad campaign. The first commercial featured famous French comedian Jacques Duby, cast as an insomniac tormented by an irresistible craving for Boursin.
What is Boursin’s slogan?
In 1972, the second major campaign launched by Boursin featured the famous slogan, “Bread, wine, Boursin” (Du Pain, du vin, du Boursin). Still today, this slogan is considered a stroke of genius due to its spirted appeal to multiple generations.
What to make with Boursin?
No matter the occasion there’s a delicious Boursin-inspired recipe that’s guaranteed to wow your guests. A sophisticated little appetizer that will wow your guests. The combination of basil and chives balances out the sweetness of fresh tomatoes and creates the perfect appetizer.