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I have come across a few recipes that envolve a mix of goat cheese, cream and other hard cheeses. They're called 'royale' for some reason. Can anyone define the term 'royale' in this context. What makes a royale and if you use any other soft cheese aside from goat, is it still called a royale?

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Can you give an example or pointer? This does not match the only two culinary definitions of this term that I am able to find. –  SAJ14SAJ Oct 21 '13 at 14:09
    
thestaffcanteen.com/image/… here is a dish that uses the term. and one more here; bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/goatscheeseroyalandp_88196 –  Charlotte's cook Oct 22 '13 at 0:39
    
It could be a liberal interpretation of Eierstich (Royale): germanfood.about.com/od/soupsandstews/r/eierstich-recipe.htm The goats cheese recipes seem to produce pudding like textures which may be similar to the texture of a proper royale. –  leon Nov 3 '13 at 22:45

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