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Baked Brie

Thatgrimguy Posts: 4,705
edited December 2017 in Baking
raised indirect at 400


puff pastry
brown sugar
egg for egg wash

I put down brown sugar, then pecans then more brown sugar and then drizzle bourbon over it till it’s wet but not so much to soak through.

The block of Brie then goes on top

Pull the the sides of the puff pastry over the top and use egg wash to seal up the folds. 

Then flip it it over and put it on a small baking pan and cover it with egg wash

Then we pop it in the egg at 400 high in the dome and indirect.

Pull it off when it looks like this. About 20 minutes.

Need to let it rest for 30 minutes or the cheese will all ooze straight out.

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