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A lot of people serve cheese during the holidays and on special occasions. Be it in dips, spreads, or balls, it’s a popular food that has been reinvented a million ways. There’s such a large variety of cheese these days that it can be a tough one to try and figure out what is best for your dish. This Brie appetizer is like the Beef wellington of cheese presentation. It’s like a fruit and pastry platter, all rolled into one – and the flavors complement each other so perfectly!
It only takes five minutes of prep time, and 25 to cook, so this creamy appetizer can be made, right when guests arrive. The ingredients are simple, as are the instructions on how to wrap the cheese. Before the Brie gets wrapped, however, it is covered with fresh slices of apple, and a generous helping of brown sugar. Pop it in the over, and enjoy the gooey sweet cheese oozing out of the crispy pastry shell.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Tablespoon
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