‘Super easy and delicious’ baked brie recipe
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The cooking sisters behind TikTok page Yes I do the Cooking shared a delicious baked brie recipe which they say is not only a winter “necessity” but also the perfect dish to serve at festive parties. In a TikTok video posted to their audience of 765K followers, the sisters explained some of the rich flavours which come from their delicious cheese dish.
“Last year my sister and I claimed that baked brie is a necessity for fall and winter and that statement still holds true,” one of the sisters explained.
“So, we decided to make another really simple version. This one has fig jam, walnuts, rosemary and olive oil.
“It’s baked in the oven until the cheese is soft, hot and melty. Lastly we drizzled some extra honey and sprinkled some salt on top.
“This is something that is super easy, super delicious and really perfect for parties which is why we really wanted to share it with you.”
@yessidothecookingg Babe wake up, it’s baked brie season #bakedbrie #brie #cheese #cheesepull #easyrecipe #fall #autumn #fallrecipes #appetizer #thanksgivingrecipes #christmasrecipe ♬ All Your’n (Sped Up) – Tyler Childers
The easy-to-follow recipe takes just 15 minutes to cook in the oven. At the time of writing, their baked brie recipe has clocked up 326K “likes” and commenters have flooded the comments with their take on the dish.
SofP said: “I love your brie dishes. Legit makes me so popular during the holidays.” [SIC]
Another commenter named Rhiannon added: “Baked brie is life. I love baking it with crescent roll dough wrapped around it.”
A third, posting under the username oheylk said: “Yes, I made your version so many times last year and it was always a hit.”
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The cooking sisters, who also have an Instagram page and YouTube channel, shared the recipe for the baked brie on their blog.
How to make Yes I do the Cooking’s baked brie
Preparation time: 10 minutes
Cooking time: 15 minutes
- Two blocks of brie
- Half a cup of walnuts, chopped
- One tablespoon of fresh rosemary, chopped
- Three teaspoons of honey
- A quarter cup of fig jam
- One baguette
- Two teaspoons of olive oil
- Sea salt
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Then, add walnuts, rosemary, and one teaspoon of honey to a small bowl and mix. Set aside this mixture.
Score blocks of brie cheese. Distribute and spread the fig jam on top of the brie evenly.
Next, top with the walnut mixture and drizzle with olive oil. Bake for 10 to 15 minutes or until the brie appears melty.
Garnish with remaining honey and sea salt. Serve with a baguette and enjoy.
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