This cheese is also lovely in salads, just crumble a couple of tablespoons with the olive oil and lemon juice for a quick easy salad dressing.
If you are familiar with the original Boursin soft cheese, you can expect the same crumbly creaminess from the new addition to the range. But at the same time Boursin fig and nut is deliciously different. It delivers the sweet taste of the figs and crunchy texture of mixed nuts. It will definitely look right on any festive cheese board, especially during the coming holiday season. This cheese is priced £2.20 per 150g and is available from November in Tesco and online at Ocado and in most Asda stores from December.
If you are looking for inspiring recipes with Boursin, their website has a special section of recipes to tease your tastebuds. Boursin Garlic and Fine Herbs will take your risotto to the next level.
This is a chicken breast stuffed with Boursin (Garlic and Fine Herbs) and wrapped with prosciutto.
A bit of interesting data about Boursin: