Happy first week of Fall! Super excited to be sharing this Boursin Tart recipe with you today in celebration of good food, cooler weather, and only the best of spices and veggies! I mean what is better than cheese, garlic roasted asparagus, and Boursin cheese on a puff pastry. Nothing. Absolutely nothing.
This recipe is simple and easy yet so tasty and perfect for any bunco playing, Bachelorette watching, tailgating, book club of a girl’s night! In fact, if you don’t have one of those types of girl’s nights planned, I highly suggest you get on that right now.
I think girl’s nights are somewhat of a forgotten event, and why should they be? Us girls need to stick together and enjoy each other’s encouragement and laughter! Especially if you are like me and work in an office all day – a girls night is almost needed and can be such a blessing.
So! Listen up… make this tart, call some friends, and watch the latest episode of [fill in the blank] or maybe play a game of dominos or Catch Phrase! It doesn’t matter what you do, just make the tart and enjoy it with your friends.
Here are the THREE ingredients you need: 1 puff pastry square, Asparagus, Boursin cheese (i love the garlic and herb).
Pro Tip: Puff Pastry – don’t try and make this… buy it! Asparagus, if you shop at Walmart – purchase the pre cut, already prepped Asparagus, and Boursin Cheese – well that is self-explanatory!
Oh and one more thing……
Pro Tip #2: I will say that this recipe is best if you roast the Asparagus with a bit of olive Oil prior to putting it on the Puff Pastry, but it is totally not necessary. However, If you choose to do that – it will add an extra 20 minutes.
Recipe is simple: Roast your Asparagus. Roll out the puff pastry. Spread your room temp (or 15 second softened Boursin cheese on your puff pastry. Top with your Asparagus.
Cook for 20 minutes, or until puff pastry is done. If you want a nice golden crust you can always brush some egg wash on the puff pastry and top with a little salt – but that is not necessary in this recipe. Just makes it look a little better.
Let’s make this thing!
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Fall Boursin Tart
Super excited to be sharing this Boursin Tart recipe with you today in celebration of good food, cooler weather, and only the best of spices and veggies! I mean what is better than cheese, garlic roasted asparagus, and Boursin cheese on a puff pastry. Nothing. Absolutely nothing.
- 1 sheet of Puff Pastry
- 1 bunch of Asparagus – roasted if preferred
- 1 Package of Boursin Cheese – room temp or slightly melted
- Egg wash, if desired
- Set oven to 350 degrees
- On greased cookie sheet lay out carefully the Puff Pastry sheet (the more you touch it the less it will rise)
- Spread the room temp or slightly melted Boursin cheese on the Puff Pastry leaving a thumb print size border.
- Lay the Asparagus out on the cheese.
- If desired, spread an egg wash on the border of the puff pastry.
- Put in oven to 15-20 minutes.