Quesadilla wreath with spinach and Boursin


I made another very nice and tasty recipe! A cozy wreath of wrap rolls from the oven filled with spinach and Boursin

Now that there are slowly more possibilities for a nice drink or visit, I have come up with a delicious and fun snack! And when you think of a drink, you think of Boursin! Because besides that this soft herb spread with garlic and fine herbs are delicious on a toast, you can do much more with it.

For example, I made this wreath of wrap rolls filled with Boursin Soft &Creamy, spinach, and grilled bell pepper gratinated with cheese from the oven. With such a quesadilla wreath anyone can join in. You pull a cheezy wrap roll from the wreath and you can dip it even extra in the pot of Boursin that you put in the middle. Where you can also dip other ingredients such as carrots, strips of cucumber, or grissini stems. Boursin Soft & creamy is easy to spread and dip. And also has that delicious and familiar taste of garlic and fine herbs as we know Boursin’s.

You can put this quesadilla wreath not only on the table during a drink but also as a lunch or as a main course with, for example, some soup or a salad. And if you want to vary with the filling, you can also replace the spinach with some spring onion and/or the bell pepper with dried tomatoes. Or add some thinly sliced chicken breast if you want.

Recipe quesadilla wreath with spinach and Boursin



10 medium


1 tablespoon olive oil 2 bowls Boursin Soft & Creamy (1

for in the


1 pot grilled peppers in


400g fresh spinach Handful pine nuts, toasted

100g grated cheese Pepper and salt Optional: parsley to garnish


Fry the fresh spinach in a large saucepan with a tablespoon of oil until it has shrunk. Then drain the spinach well and squeeze out the excess moisture with a spoon. Preheat the oven to 200 degrees.

Cut a wrap in half. Smear with a thin layer of Boursin Soft &Creamy. Spread a little spinach, pepper strips, pine nuts andraped cheese over the wrap. Roll it up into a horn, you do this by rolling the wrap from the cut side. Stick the wrap shut with a little extra boursin. Repeat with the rest.

Take a baking sheet with parchment paper. Place a glass or bowl the size of the bowl of Boursin in the middle. Put 10 rolls around this. Sprinkle with a little cheese, then place the other 10 rolls on top, slightly between the bottom rolls. Sprinkle again with cheese. Remove the bowl in the middle.

Bake the quesadilla wreath in the oven for about 20 minutes until the cheese has melted and the tortilla wraps have become slightly crispy. Serve with the bowl of Boursin Soft & Creamy in the middle to dip in the rolls and possibly other snacks. Sprinkle the rolls with some parsley for a nice garnish.

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