Brie with Jeweled Fruit Compote

  • chocchic Posted: 01/08/14
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    This has been my go-to recipe for holiday season. Like other reviewer I sliced off top of rind and spooned a little of the warmed sauce over the brie then warmed the whole thing in micro. I substituted blackberry brandy cause that is what I had. I found this made enough sauce to spoon over 2 8-ounce wheels so could make it once and take to two different parties. I don't review many recipes because frequently there are already so many reviews but this one deserves to be highlighted

  • rnuspl Posted: 12/31/13
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    A really big hit and soooo easy!

  • emilymo99 Posted: 12/02/13
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    Everyone loved it. Lots of fruit. (Next time I'll dice the figs and add a couple more, though.) I substituted a good amount of dried rosemary and it turned out great.

  • Ashcooks Posted: 12/22/13
    Worthy of a Special Occasion
    Orlando, FL

    I've made this twice now and each time it's the first appetizer to disappear. Everyone loves it. The first time I made it as written. The second time I decided to use rum instead of Brandy and after heating the mixture I puréed 3/4 of it in a mini food processor. The consistency of the purée made it easier to eat and wasn't as much liquid. I also heated the Brie and then put the warm compote on top. Wonderful and easy. Defiantly a keeper!!

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