Friday, October 02, 2015

Food Friday: Boursin Super Power

Homemade boursin, known to us as white cheese, is a long-standing favorite at Sassafras House and I make it fairly often.

Most often, I serve it with little homemade garlic toasts that are also a staple at my house.  I thinly slice a fresh baguette, use a pastry brush to apply melted butter to each slice, sprinkle them with garlic powder, dried oregano and basil, and some salt and pepper.  Then I toast the slices for 10 minutes in a 400 degree oven.

This week, in addition to enjoying boursin with our garlic toasts, I sliced some small, sweet peppers in half and filled them with my homemade boursin.  I got the idea from Pioneer Woman and it was delicious.

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