For Romanian press 2.
The brie was already in dough and even more already baked so all I had to do was give it a little twist.
The brie I got looks like this and I got it at Aldi. (it was incredibly cheap too)
All I did was to put 2 tbs of raspberry preserve on top of the dough crust, like so
And then add some prosciutto, like so…
And bake it for 15 minutes at 375 F.
Want to impress someone with your cooking skills? This might just be the easiest and cheapest way to do so… you can’t fail and you don’t actually cook either!
And the great thing about it is that you can have this for breakfast, lunch, dinner, brunch… desert…snack…
I made some salad with spinach, strawberries, goat chesse and parmesan as a side dish…
5 thoughts on “Baked Brie with Prosciutto and Raspberry Preserve”
Oh mm this sounds delicious!! Really have to try baking brie finally, it always ends up “raw” in my sandwiches 🙂
Thank you! You should try, it’s one of the easiest things to “cook”! The trick is to let it rest for 5-10 minutes after baking it, otherwise the cheese is too liquidy. 🙂
And that might be the hardest part 😀
I know exactly what you mean! :))))
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