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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Serve with dollops of creme fraiche or fromage frais.
6 tbsp fromage frais 1 tbsp tomato puree tabasco sauce, to your taste
INGREDIENTS 1 tsp vanilla extract 255g Total Sweet Xylitol 180g margarine, block 130g self-raising flour 3 medium eggs at room temperature 150g frozen blueberries defrosted 70g custard powder 600ml skimmed milk 2 tsp vanilla extract 350g fromage frais 50g high cacao chocolate, with a lower sugar content (try Lindt Noir, 90%) 100g defrosted blueberries METHOD 1.
Mix through 1 level tablespoon extra-light mayonnaise and 1 tablespoon fat-free natural fromage frais too, if you like.
Stir the quark with a spoon to make it smoother, then fold in the fromage frais, icing sugar and orange zest.
5 Remove the pan from the heat and stir in the fromage frais. Scatter over the coriander and serve hot with the rice and salad.
Fat-free natural fromage frais, sweetened to taste, to serve 1Preheat the oven to 190degC/Fan 170degC/Gas Mark 5.
fromage frais, sweetened to taste, to serve 1 Preheat the oven to 190degC/Fan 170degC/Gas Mark 5.
fromage frais, sweetened to taste, to serve 4 Pour the eggs over the apples and sultanas and let them sink in to the fruit.
Fat-free natural fromage frais, sweetened to taste, to serve 1 Preheat the oven to 190degC/Fan 170degC/Gas Mark 5.
500g frozen peas 100g fat-free natural fromage frais Half a bunch of spring onions, trimmed Small handful of fresh mint leaves Salt and freshly ground black pepper 1 Cook the peas according to the packet instructions and drain thoroughly.