Yield: Yields about 3 dozen puffs
These don’t puff up quite like traditional gougères, but they have all the same qualities that recommend consuming them one after the next, in close succession. The pimento cheese gives the interiors a custardy quality, flecked with red from the pimentos and green from the pickles, and a decidedly Southern flavor. Use the extra pimento cheese for sandwiches or dipping.
This recipe is excerpted from The Chefs Collaborative Cookbook.
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