A gougère is a a baked savory choux pastry made with choux dough and mixed with cheese. This dough is very versatile and can also be made sweet to make profiteroles. I made a slightly modified version of this recipe from Williams-Sonoma (I used 1 cup gruyère to mix in the dough and did not use any parmesan. I then added more grated cheesed on top of the formed gougères before baking). This is a quick and easy recipe to make as everything is mixed in one pot, however it does required some elbow grease as the dough can be hard to work with when adding the eggs!