fromage frais

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fromage frais

(ˈfrɒmɑːʒ ˈfreɪ)
n
(Cookery) a low-fat soft cheese with a smooth light texture
[French, literally: fresh cheese]
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fromage frais

[ˌfrɒmɑːʒˈfreɪ] nfromage m blanc
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A selection of savory delights: hot smoked salmon, potato roesti, herb fromage blanc, chicken adobo spring roll, mango and papaya salsa, mushroom pie, chorizo, caramelized onion, DOP parma ham and grissin sticks, and rocket and Oyster Rockefeller.
TIP: You can replace the mascarpone with creme fraiche or fromage blanc (fresh curd cheese).
It can also be used in preparing cheesecakes, fruit tarts or macarons, served with meringues, pancakes, crAAapes, scones or brioche, or simply enjoyed in a fromage blanc.
This is similar to, but to my mind nicer than, pizza with a much thinner pastry base spread with fromage blanc and smothered in onions, smoked ham, cheese, mushrooms and heaven knows what else.
Harley's hoofed cuties are responsible for award-winning cheeses like the fresh chevre medallions and earthy fromage blanc. Find selections alongside goat's-milk lotions and soaps in the farm store.
On peut le remplacer par un bol de fromage blanc additionne de creme fraiche pour avoir assez de corps gras.
The drink's herbaceousness goes nicely with Mizuna's arugula salad with pomegranate, fromage blanc and white balsamic vinegar, Carson says.
Fromage blanc is, as its name suggests, a white cheese; it's similar to thick yogurt and quark.
Stonyfield this week announced the launch of a new product, Petite Creme, modeled after fromage blanc, a silky-sweet fresh cheese popular in France that's eaten like yogurt.
Three versatile cheeses that you can create in your own kitchen are paneer, mascarpone and fromage blanc (called chevre when made from goat's milk).
France on the other hand uses few sweetened cheesecake recipes as beside the "white cheese / Fromage Blanc", cheese is strongly implanted in the French gastronomy as a savoury ingredient.