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Baked brie

ThatgrimguyThatgrimguy Posts: 4,153
edited March 2019 in Baking
Set a puff pastry on the counter to thaw for about an hour. I like to take the Brie out then too and let it warm up a bit from the fridge. 

Once the pastry gets plyable, but still cold, roll it out a little thinner than it comes. In the center add crushed fresh pecans, brown sugar and a drizzle of bourbon. Then set the Brie on top and and give it the same pecan/brown sugar/ bourbon treatment.

not fold up the corners and use a beaten egg to seal it up. I always end up cutting off some excess. Flip it over so the folded side is now on the bottom on a baking sheet.

use the rest of the egg for an egg wash and don’t be shy. 

Into the egg at 350 until golden brown! My favorite party appetizer.





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