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◄► Easy Homemade Boursin Style Soft Cheese ◄►

Discussion in 'Dukan Recipes' started by Don'tWantToBeFatAnd50!, 5 September 2011 Social URL.

  1. Don'tWantToBeFatAnd50!

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    I made this by accident.

    I made a batch of yoghurt in my Easiyo container before I found out how easy it was to make in the slow cooker.

    Anyway, it came out quite runny so l put a cotton handkerchief in a sieve over a colander and left it to drain in the fridge.

    I left it for too long (overnight) so it was far too dry for yoghurt but made a brilliant soft cheese. So you may need to leave it for about 8 hours or so. Just keep checking because you may not want it as dry as the one that I made (which by the way tastes just like Boursin, to my amazement!).

    However, I discovered that this is the way to make soft cheese so I did a bit of an experiment.

    I put some in a bowl, added a bit of salt, crushed black pepper and some garlic powder, gave it a good mix and OMG!

    It is just like Cracked Pepper Boursin with added garlic.

    I am in conso so had a couple of slices of toasted wholemeal bread with this spread on and it was bl**dy fantastic!

    I never ever thought I would be able to make my own yoghurt and soft cheese but now there will be no stopping me.

    :D

    http://www.minimins.com/dukan-recipes/233104-easy-homemade-yoghurt-slow-cooker.html

    Sorry for the big pics folks.

    I made two tubs from a litre of UHT milk, the one on the left is with the added ingredients, the one on the right is just plain.

    :)
     
    Last edited: 29 September 2011
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    I'm so glad there are so many inventive peeps here on the site that come up with the most delish recipes! Am defo gonna give this a try as both me and my oh love Boursin! Will skip some out of the batch of yoghurt I'm making atm so will keep you posted :)
     
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    Okey dokey!

    :D
     
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    I have just spread some of this over a couple of thin chicken slices and then rolled them up.

    Mmmmmm!

    Lovely little Dukan snack.

    :)
     
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    Here is what the yoghurt cheese looks after draining for about 10 hours.

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