My friend and fellow blogger, Kim, shared with me another blog which we now both follow. I love to “hate” this girl..she’s like Barbie…the *&tch* has everything… I put “hate” in quotes because I don’t hate her..Its a jealousy thing..
She’s all about the traveling, cooking, dining and fashion but in a humble not so pretentious manner.. and to top it off..I’m pretty sure she gets paid to do all of this through her blog..wha???
Anyway, I will not bore you with my mental issues…today anyway 🙂
This back story has a point..FOOD! Rosie turned Kim and I onto this delight!
Now I will just tell you up front. Mine did not turn out as pretty as hers OR Kims’ for that matter…
First issue..I had to to find out, what is Boursin cheese? Turns out..it’s just like Rondele soft cheese but you get less and pay more 🙂 Kim says its better but my memory is just not that good. Maybe, if I had them side by side I would be able to taste the diff but from my memory (my memory…not sayin’ much) .. it tasted the same.
Found it and bought it!
Second issue..where the heck am I to find puff pastry? I don’t even know what that is. I thought it was the pillsbury dough boy stuff that comes in a pop can..Again, I had to use the phone a friend option..
Found it! It was hiding in the frozen pie section.
The mayo has nothing to do with this recipe so please just ignore… 😉
Third issue: Really Bashas?? You don’t carry Heirloom Tomotoes?? I had to go to Sprout’s ~ why is it that non of the grocery stores carrier EVERYTHING we need? It never fails. For those of you who say..Wal-Mart does..I say NO..you do not buy produce at Wal-Mart..
After a long day at work, long drive home, two grocery store trips I finally got home and started in on putting dinner together.
It only took about 30 minutes for the puff pastry sheet to thaw out. I kept busy prepping the kitchen and then cutting up romaine lettuce, purple onion, cucumbers and tomatoes for a salad.
Yes, it took me 30 minutes.
Once it was thawed, I spread the Boursin (not really that easy so be careful not to tear the pastry sheet)
Pre-heat oven to 420
Put them on top of the cheese on top of the puff sheet and don’t forget the fresh basil!
Drizzle with balsamic vinegar and just a teeny sprinkle of sea salt.
Pop it into the oven for 20-25 minutes ~ Now…For me, I think 420 at 20-25 minutes was too much.. Look..my edges are not pretty:
It may be that I used tin foil instead of parchment paper so the tin made it cook hotter?
In any event..it was REALLY good! The husband loved it too!! WINNING!