Boursin Cheese Spread II

Total Time
20mins
Prep 20 mins
Cook 0 mins

This rich, creamy spread goes well with a baguette or crackers and a glass of fruity Beaujolais but it has many other uses as well. To reduce fat and calories, reduced fat cottage cheese and reduced-fat cream cheese may be substituted. 1) Spread on Roma or plum tomato halves. Serve cold, or bake at 350 degrees for 15 minutes; then broil until bubbly. 2) Combine 1-cup Boursin and 1/2 cup milk. Toss with 12 ounces hot pasta. 3)Spoon Boursin (not the low-fat version) into pastry bag, and pipe onto cucumber slices or Belgian endive leaves. 4) Spread 1 tablespoon under skin of chicken breast or 1 teaspoon over boneless, skinless chicken breast before baking. 5) Spoon onto baked potatoes, or stir into mashed potatoes. 6) Use as a sandwich spread in place of mayonnaise.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Position knife blade in food processor bowl; add garlic.
  2. Process until finely chopped, stopping once to scrape down sides.
  3. Add cottage cheese and remaining ingredients; process until smooth, stopping twice to scrape down sides.

Reviews

(2)
Most Helpful

This is one of the most versatile recipes in my relatively low carb / high protein arsenal.

PrairieHarpy October 07, 2008

Excellent as always!! I got a recipe just like this from Southern Living a few years ago. We used it a lot (my mum and I) and then proceeded to loose the recipe... Anyway the other day we were looking for this recipe for my Christmas party and here it is!! The Cottage Cheese makes it different than the others I think. The folks that came to my party were downing this stuff like crazy. Even the guys loved it. Some folks were trying to guess what the ingredients were (they couldn't). Others have emailed me asking for the recipe. This is SO simple to make and really yummy!! I make mine with the Neufchatel cheese instead of regular cream cheese. Same great taste, just lower calories!!

Bonnie Traynor December 05, 2005

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