A tiny bouchée to hold so many deep flavors! i would rather call it the brie symphony!
Though these are not the main hero on your menu, but a holiday table can’t be set up without these festive hors d’oeuvres.
Get your party started with these irresistible and elegant brie crostini. You will need: (you decide on the quantity)
- baguette (toasted) sliced
- brie cheese slices
- pear slices
- walnut chopped
- arugula (or rocket leaves) for decoration
Layer the crostini with a slice of brie topped with a slice of pear. Drizzle with honey then add few chopped walnut and cranberry. The arugula comes at the end to shout out the spectacular look!
With this season full of special occasion, i am sure you will add this easy yet delicious appetizer to your repertoire.
This impressive combination of cheese, fruit and nut is a little bite of heaven. the smoothness of cheese with the crunchiness of walnut, the sweetness of honey and pear along with the sour taste in the cranberry create the symphony i told you about in the beginning!
This is my last post in the 2018. I wish you all a happy end of this year and a great 2019 ahead full of happiness and endless beautiful moments and blessings your heart can hold! Love always xoxo
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Brie and turkey in ciabatta sandwich, is kicked up a notch by adding cranberry and caramelized onion. I heart sandwiches, it’s my favorite type of any meal of the day, especially when served with a green salad.
I love trying new and delicious combinations and jazzing it up by incorporating spreads, veggies and fruits. This brie and turkey cranwich is so easy to make and the result is spectacular.
The cranberry sauce (i used the jellied one but you can use the whole cranberry too) was definitely one of the wow factors in this sandwich but personally i confirm that the caramelized onion and rucola leaves were the best addition that enlivened the whole thing.
- ciabatta bread (two pieces)
- 8- 10 slices honey roasted turkey breast
- 6 slices (1cm thick) brie
- 3 tbsp cranberry sauce
- 1/2 cup caramelized onion (1 big onion)
- handful rucola
You don’t have to follow the quantity 100%, plus or minus as per your taste won’t harm the recipe. This is the amazing thing about sandwiches; follow your taste!
If you like brie and turkey you have to give this sandwich a try! A meal that takes a little effort and deserves kudos. It was really supreme.
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