Boursin is one of the most glorious cheeses of all time and works PERFECTLY in a grilled cheese!
If you’re a fan of Boursin cheese, this sandwich is literally made for you. Better still it couldn’t be easier to make! Follow me…
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What is Boursin Cheese?
Boursin is a soft creamy cheese. It has a similar texture to goats cheese, and comes in a variety of different flavours. The most well known, and the flavour we’re using today, is Garlic and Herb.
Does Boursin Cheese melt well?
Yes!! Just like cream cheese it goes nice and oozy when subjected to heat 🤤
Boursin Grilled Cheese
When it comes to making the grilled cheese, as you can imagine it couldn’t be easier!
Whilst you could just use Boursin and only Boursin, I like to sneak in some mozzarella too. Just to add some more texture to the filling without over shadowing the Boursin.
Low ‘n’ Slow
I recommend frying the sandwich over a low-medium heat, just to give chance for the Boursin to completely melt by the time the bread has toasted.
Process shots: add bread to pan butter side down and spread with Boursin (photo 1), add mozzarella (photo 2), add another slice of bread with Boursin and butter (photo 3), fry both sides until golden and the cheese is gooey (photo 4).
Serving a Boursin Grilled Cheese
- Crisp/Chip Recommendation: Roast Chicken flavour goes amazingly with the garlic and herb flavour.
- Side Recommendation: Other than the soup, you could add Sweet Potato Wedges!
Alrighty, let’s tuck into the full recipe for this Boursin Sandwich shall we?!
How to make a Boursin Grilled Cheese (Full Recipe & Video)
Boursin Grilled Cheese
- Non-Stick Pan & Spatula/Turner
- Bread Knife
- 8 medium slices of Bread
- 1x 5oz/150g pack of Boursin (see notes)
- 1 cup / 100g Mozzarella, shredded (see notes)
- Butter, as needed
- Butter one side of each of your slices of bread. Spread Boursin over the other side (around 1 tbsp per slice works great) then sprinkle with mozzarella. Add the other slice of bread on top butter-side-up.
- Add into a non-stick pan over low-medium heat and fry both sides until golden, with the cheese nice and gooey in the centre. You may need to do this in two batches.
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