Posted: 12/27/2010 6:56:55 PM
I have made this recipe for years too. I prefer topping it with pesto or garlic and fresh basil. I usually serve with water crackers.
Posted: 12/22/2010 3:19:33 PM
I made this with smoked gouda instead. Big hit!
Posted: 12/21/2010 10:06:10 PM
A holiday favorite of mine but I've done with variations. Ive added brown sugar, orange marmalade with brown sugar, red raspberry, crushed walnuts or pecans, almond slivers . . . as you can see just about everyting goes with it! Everyone loves it and it's usually the first thing that disappears.
Posted: 12/21/2010 7:49:50 AM
This was so easy. I put some amareta with pecans jam on the inside. It was wonderful.
Posted: 12/19/2010 10:07:56 PM
This was super easy and a huge hit!!!!!!!
Posted: 12/17/2010 1:24:51 AM
The brie I used had a thin rind on and I kept it on. I'm talking less than paper thin, white in color. I have heard that you should cut the rind off! Does it matter, I knew it was on there when I made it! Or is it a waste of time. Also is there a brand of Brie that comes with the rind off? Any suggestions will help with my next one!!!!
Posted: 12/17/2010 1:19:59 AM
Wow, I had so many complements when I made this for a christmas party. I acctually made four, One with a brown sugar and pecan filling, another with sugar free raspberry jam, another with both the pecan and raspberry filling and the last one plain. Use the leftover corners to make decorative designs. I made a christmas tree with the triangles one one, another pinwheels and another a snowman. OBTW the brie with the pecans, I sprinkled a little pecan and brown sugar/cinn. on top and I think it was the best. So simple to make! Just watch the oven after about 10 minutes on 350 degrees,
Posted: 12/13/2010 10:39:32 PM
This was great! I also made one with Jarlsberg cheese. This was great.
Posted: 12/13/2010 4:02:36 PM
I took this to a party and everyone LOVED it! It was gone super fast! My only suggestion is to make sure the dough is super cold when you wrap the Brie or it will just stretch and get yucky.
Posted: 12/13/2010 11:33:15 AM
Yes, u will need to take the rind off before baking.