gougere

gougere

(ɡuːˈdʒɛə)
n
(Cookery) a choux pastry flavoured with cheese
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Yorkshire pudding could become Gougere, and roast beef could be, erm, beef Bourgignon.
Dinner started out with tartare of prime beef with Korean paste gochujang, avocado, and mustard seed, followed by veloute of celery root with pancetta marmalade, gougere, and pear.
More international treats include Gougere Puffs from France, Poffertjes from Holland, and Golden Sherry and orange Ebelskivers from Spain.
Cheese and pastry go back years, and form many of the traditional pre-dinner appetisers, from the good old cheese straw to the choux pastry magnificence of the classic gougere.
Put the matzoh meal in the water, remove from the fire, and beat as you would for a gougere or put it in the food processor.
AA gougere is made of choux pastry, just like a profiterole but normally has a savoury filling inside it instead of sweet.