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Goat Cheese Dumplings...Sort of?? 
 
Nov. 18, 2011 12:15 pm 
Updated: Nov. 19, 2011 12:29 pm
My previous post on Boursin (French Herbed Cheese) created quite a bit of interest.  Today I am making butternut squash soup.  I have multiple recipes for this and while I was sorting through I found one that added on goat cheese dumplings.  Mixture of herbed goat cheese, parmesan cheese, egg, flour, garlic.  To be dropped into the boiling soup and cooked for approx. 2 minutes.  I did not have enough goat cheese, just about an ounce left over from making some stuffed dates (see my blogsite) for a birthday present.  So I whipped up a semi-boursin adding cream cheese, butter and herbs to the goat cheese.  Right now, the soup is ready to be pureed and reheated and the dumpling mixture is resting in the refrig.  I'll let you know how it goes.  I thought it sounded intriguing. Very rich and certainly not low cal, will serve with a simple salad with vinegar and oil dressing to counteract the richness of the soup.  Happy Thanksgiving to you all. 
 
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Nov. 19, 2011 5:55 am
Update: I ran into a dilemma, as stated above I used one recipe for the soup and one for the dumplings. My soup recipe called for half and half to be added at the end and NOT BOILED. The dumpling recipe said to spoon into boiling soup. So.....I brought soup to a boil, added half and half,stirred, pulled pan off heat, turned down the burner and spooned in dumplings. They did not plump up as I had envisioned, sort of stayed in a creamy soft state shape. They were however delicious. I had some dumpling mix left over. I am going to freeze it. I think it would be so good spooned into a lamb stew or some osso bucco. Goat cheese and lamb = good combo.
 
Nov. 19, 2011 12:21 pm
Goat cheese and anything (ok - almost anything!) is a good combination (= While I'm sorry it didn't work out like you envisioned, it does sound good!
 
Nov. 19, 2011 12:29 pm
You are my kinda girl!
 
 
 
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