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Sunday Small Bites: # 14: BRIE

I decided to keep it simple, as I was in the middle of 20 dozen sugar cookies on Brie Day! Here is all you need for this appetizer:

1 wedge of brie
4 T. melted butter
8-10 sheets of phyllo dough, thawed
Red Pepper Jelly

Slice the brie wedge in half horizontally.

Layer phyllo dough with melted butter on a cookie sheet.

In the center of the phyllo, spoon red pepper jelly on the bottom of the brie, then replace top half of brie.


Wrap the "jelly sandwich" with the phyllo, as if wrapping a present.


Bake at 350 for 20-25 minutes. Last minute or two, stick the brie under the broiler to completely brown top.

Serve by itself, or with crackers or apple wedges.


Comments (4)

So simple and so beautiful. Love the way you garnished the plate.


Simple is good! It looks delicious!


Okay - when you lay out the phyllo, do you put out a thin sheet, spray or brush butter on, then the next sheet, etc.


Yep, one sheet at a time, pastry brush with melted butter.

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