Boursin-Homemade

Boursin-Homemade created by St. Louie Suzie

This recipes is very close to the commercial cheese. Best if used in 1 or 2 days as the garlic gets very strong!

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  • Combine all ingredients in a food processor until smooth.
  • Refrigerate at least four hours before serving.
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"This recipes is very close to the commercial cheese. Best if used in 1 or 2 days as the garlic gets very strong!"
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  1. vbak5228
    I have made as a spread, but I also use the herb portions to make ranch dressing. Omit cream cheese and butter and add the herbs to a mixture of buttermilk and mayo. Delicious.
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  2. EmilyStrikesAgain
    This was easy and delicious! Reminded me of Alouette brand soft cheese that costs about $4.50 a serving at the store!
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  3. Luvs Seymour Lake
    This is great! However, I disagree that it should be used quickly. It keeps a long time if tightly covered without the garlic becoming overpowering!
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  4. mummamills
    excellent and easy. Used italian herb mix and fresh basil. made recipe#290323.
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  5. kristine_kiner
    Wow! Almost bought a three pack of Boursin from Costco. Then I remembered I saw this recipe. Glad I did, it was cheaper to make and wonderful taste! Thanks!
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