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Looking for Gordon Hammersley gougere recipe NOW! Ugh.

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I am throwing a big b-day party for my pops and Gordon Hammersley's gougere recipe is my favorite go to for cocktail munchies. I cannot find my book! Does any one have it who can reprint the recipe here for me, please? Help - need to make them tonight!! (also, as a copyright lawyer, i can assure you recipes don't get copyright protection, so no worries about the fuzz knockin' down yer door!) thanks all for your help.

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  1. I'm not sure what so special about those, but I've made these with great results. In case it comes down to needing any (known) recipe.

    http://www.gourmet.com/recipes/2000s/...

    1. 1/2 c water
      6 T unsalted butter, softened to room temp.
      1/2 c. milk
      1/2 tsp. kosher salt
      1 c AP flour
      4 lg. eggs
      3/4 c gated Gruyere
      1/4 c Asiago

      Recipe technique is basically the same as rhe one linked by gourmanda w/these exceptions:
      --no step for extra egg
      --no dill seeds
      --sprinkle tops of gougeres w/asiago before baking
      --oven should be 400F for first 15 min. of baking, lowered to 350 for next 15-20 min.

      3 Replies
        1. re: RUNNERFEMME

          I'm blushin' ; )

          Hope they were/are good--but how could they not be?

          1. re: nomadchowwoman

            as much cheese as flour, now THAT's gonna be good!