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Remember the viral baked Boursin recipe? People are now turning it into soup

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Will you be giving it a go? (Pictures: TikTok/@shicocooks)

TikTok has blessed us with so many great food recipes, from vodka pasta to vegan sashimi with watermelon.

And, let’s not forget about baked feta and tomatoes – which soon evolved to baked Boursin.

Now, the popular Boursin recipe has been taken one step further and transformed into a soup – for an updated, seasonal take on the classic.

The finished product is a glorious roasted vegetable and cheesy creation – that’s perfect for the chillier months ahead.

It seems @shicocooks is the brains behind the baked Boursin and roasted tomato soup – and the TikTok user has posted a video showing how to make the dish at home.

Simply start by roasting 450-500g of tomatoes and red onions, as well as a whole bulb of garlic – along with olive oil, oregano and paprika.

Once this is roasted, add the creamy Boursin and bake until gooey – around 30-35 minutes at 200°C in a fan oven.

Then, squeeze the garlic out of its skin and add the contents of the tray to a blender.

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Start in the same way you’d make baked Boursin pasta (Picture: TikTok @shicocooks)
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The finished product (Picture: TikTok @shicocooks)

The end result is a warming vegetable soup with a twist.

What’s more, @shicocooks also has a mushroom version – where the fungi is added to the roasting tin step.

It’s safe to say that people have been blown away by baked Boursin soup on the platform – with more than 1.3 million people liking the post.

Some have even added their own suggestions.

One follower commented: ‘This would make a bomb pasta sauce.’

However, others are sceptical as to whether the recipe can really be classified as a soup.

One person replied: ‘This is a DIP.’

Another added: ‘Not cooked in liquid = not soup. Soup is made with cooking ingredients in water/stock. This is purée at best.’

Whether this recipe will blow up as much as the original one remains to be seen – but there’s no denying it looks pretty tasty.

 


Credit: Original article published here.

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