Occasions - Casual Party
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Sweet caramelized onions and buttery-rich Ile de France® Le Brie combine to create the perfect French version of an Italian favorite. Make these just before guests arrive, and start your party off on a delicious note.

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Brie is an extremely rich cheese. It pairs beautifully with sun-dried cherries, cranberries, apricots or raisins, as the intense tart flavor of the fruit counteracts the cheese’s richness. For an extra crunch and buttery, nutty flavor, add a selection of toasted nuts.
This quick appetizer is a very elegant one with incredible flavors. The sweetness of the fig preserves blends incredibly with the smooth, creamy brie, and the crunchy walnuts add a nice texture to the underlying spiciness from the red-pepper and rosemary spiked oil.
Sweet and crunchy, creamy and decadent, this dessert has it all. Try these blintzes for a special brunch, too. When cooking with Brie or other soft-ripened cheeses, place it in the freezer for a few minutes before adding it to the recipe. This ensures that the cheese will not melt too quickly during cooking.
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Prep Time: 30 minutes.
Total Time:  55 minutes

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Chef Philippe at Brasserie Julien introduces Goat cheese chausson with mango.
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Prep Time: 12 Minutes • Total Time: 20 Minutes

Fol Epi® is an ideal cheese to serve with fruit, as its mellow flavor enhances the sweet, juicy fruits. Here the dressing serves two purposes, adding fresh summery flavor and preventing the fruit from browning.