Wonderful oozy brie. A marvelous and simple appetizer with wine.
How to serve camembert cheese? Put jamon or prosciutto and olives on a plate, grill the brie, make toast, and slice a pear – everything you need for a romantic dinner.
By the way, there are special small molds with a candle under it, like a raclette, to keep the cheese at a constant temperature so you can eat it leisurely.
Try to cook these Baked Figs for your cheese plate.
Grilled Brie or Camembert
Pear and Camembert | Brie grilled cheese
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How to Grill Brie or Camembert?
- Brie or Camembert, which is covered with mold on all sides, is suitable for grilling. Otherwise, the cheese melts all over the pan
- You’ll need a griddle pan or a regular non-stick skillet, but then you won’t have nice lines. You can, of course, use an outdoor grill.
- Turn the heat down to low and place the cheese on a cold, dry, oil-free skillet.
- Watch the cheese and lightly press it with your fingers from time to time. It should become supple. When it does, turn it over right away. Your task is to heat it as evenly as possible. So flip the brie often. It should take 7-10 minutes.
- How to eat camembert? Transfer the cheese to a plate. Use a knife or fork to scrape the crust away from the top. Serve immediately with pears, strawberries, or white toast.
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