Cheddar cheese puffs for tea. These cheese puffs are made with cheddar cheese and a little bit of thyme. You could add crumbled bacon to the mix, or use sage or rosemary. You could use goat cheese instead of cheddar, or Gruyere or Emmenthaler (more traditional for a gougère).
Light and airy on the inside and a little crisp on the outside. Traditional gougere uses Gruyere cheese, but I used sharp cheddar here. This cheese puff recipe uses just four ingredients, and all of them should be stocked in pretty much any kitchen. You can have Cheddar cheese puffs for tea using 7 ingredients and 8 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Cheddar cheese puffs for tea
- It’s 2 spoons of dry yeast.
- You need 2 spoons of warm milk.
- You need 2 spoons of granulated sugar.
- It’s 2 spoons of melted butter.
- You need 1 of quarter teaspoon salt.
- You need 950 gr of flour.
- You need 100 gr of Cheddar cheese.
As this is such an easy recipe too; it's a perfect one for the kids to help out with. Although it's good for the kids to get involved in the kitchen (and they love it), when. What better way than with a cheddar cheese puff or two? I made these over the holidays as a little appetizer to pass around at parties, but my Light and fluffy with a deep cheddar flavor throughout, I have a feeling these cheddar cheese puffs will be finding their way onto my Super Bowl menu too!
Cheddar cheese puffs for tea step by step
- In a bowl put the warm milk and yeast. Let it raise 15 minutes till you see a foam on top of surface..
- Add sugar and butter disolving everything..
- Now add the flour, and with a hand mixer unify all ingredients so that you'll have a smooth and uniform dough..
- Add the cheese in little squares..
- Make puffs and place them on a oily pan..
- Let them rest and double each volume..
- Bake them at 180°C 1 hour or 50 minutes..
- And voilá!.
These lovely puffs are a unique and flavorful way to shake things up when it comes to appetizers for your next party or get-together this holiday season. Sargento® Shredded Sharp Cheddar Cheese – Fine Cut or Sargento® Shredded Mild Cheddar Cheese – Fine Cut. My mom made these puffs for a cocktail party she threw back in the seventies. Back when Danskin trousers and brown leather clogs ruled the day. Have them for breakfast or as a snack in the afternoon, this puffs has everything good that little buns have, but cheesier and puffier.