Monday, May 09, 2011

Emerson Creek Pottery Brie Baker Review

Iris Brie Baker
Emerson Creek Pottery sent me this beautiful Brie Baker.  You can bake undividual pot pie or heat cheeses in it and these are lead-free! 

If you ever served a baked brie, you know how messy it can become once people start eating it. This is why many people wrap their bake brie in puff pastry. Since it is so good, you do not wish to lose any bites. The advantage of the brie baker is that you can use it as the serving dish.

It's fun trying something so here is a great recipe to start out with!

Baked Brie

1 8-ounce wheel Brie cheese
2 tablespoons white wine (such as a dry Riesling)
1 tablespoon orange juice
1/4 cup sliced almonds

Place Brie in ceramic baker. Combine wine and orange juice and spread over Brie. Cover with almonds. Place in oven, then turn to 325 degrees F. to let dish warm up with oven. Bake for 15-20 minutes. Serve with French bread rounds. Serves 6-8.

One further note: Once you’ve put your Brie in the oven, keep an eye on it. You want it melting-soft and heated through and the toppings all “cooked,” but you don’t want burned, dried-out, or blackened Brie or toppings. Check at 10 minutes, again at 15, and again at 20 if it’s not done before that. Don’t raise the oven temperature higher than 325 degrees F. If the toppings seem to be drying out too fast, add another splash of liquid and/or cover the Brie dish with aluminum foil.

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