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Baked Black Truffle Stuffed Brie

Creamy brie, enhanced with the earthy delicious flavours of black truffle all baked to oozing delicious perfection! Seriously this Baked Black Truffle Stuffed Brie is decadence and heaven on a plate!
Creamy brie, enhanced with the earthy delicious flavours of black truffle all baked to oozing delicious perfection! Seriously this Baked Black Truffle Stuffed Brie is decadence and heaven on a plate!

Are you on a diet? If so it might be time to turn away! Because this is pure unadulterated cheese indulgence!!! Look at that oozingly delicious brie….don’t you with you could steal the bread from my hand?

Creamy brie, enhanced with the earthy delicious flavours of black truffle all baked to oozing delicious perfection! Seriously this Baked Black Truffle Stuffed Brie is decadence and heaven on a plate!

If you read my black truffle stuffed roast chicken post from the other day you’ll know that a while ago I got sent some amazing Manjimup black truffles and that I have been enjoying the decadence of truffle dishes!

Todays recipe is one of my total favourites ever!!! This used to be on the menu at the restaurant as a shared appetiser for 2. But I think you have to really love that other person….it would be too easy to just knock their hand out of the way and eat this all yourself 😉 I promise I didn’t do that!!! Stew had more than his fair share of this one! I am just too nice!!!

Creamy brie, enhanced with the earthy delicious flavours of black truffle all baked to oozing delicious perfection! Seriously this Baked Black Truffle Stuffed Brie is decadence and heaven on a plate!

Baked brie is one of our family favourites, and I have a great recipe for it, it isn’t on the blog as trying to stop the boys dunking french bread into my garlic, rosemary and white wine baked brie is like trying to keep them quiet! it is pretty much impossible!

Creamy brie, enhanced with the earthy delicious flavours of black truffle all baked to oozing delicious perfection! Seriously this Baked Black Truffle Stuffed Brie is decadence and heaven on a plate!

I will get it up here one day….perhaps I’ll cook it up for lunch with my girlfriends….they may have slightly more patience…maybe???? but at least I can pacify them with martinis!!!!

Creamy brie, enhanced with the earthy delicious flavours of black truffle all baked to oozing delicious perfection! Seriously this Baked Black Truffle Stuffed Brie is decadence and heaven on a plate!

So oozing melty brie filled with earthy truffles. Decadent, delicious and super simple. Now if that isn’t a date night dinner delight then I don’t know what is! Seriously, get the brie in the oven, cut some bread and pour the wine.

Creamy brie, enhanced with the earthy delicious flavours of black truffle all baked to oozing delicious perfection! Seriously this Baked Black Truffle Stuffed Brie is decadence and heaven on a plate!

Drink the wine, dip the bread and smile happily at how much better life is when you have melted cheese!

Have a happy oozy cheese filled evening xx


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Creamy brie, enhanced with the earthy delicious flavours of black truffle all baked to oozing delicious perfection! Seriously this Baked Black Truffle Stuffed Brie is decadence and heaven on a plate!
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Baked Black Truffle Stuffed Brie
Prep Time
5 mins
Cook Time
20 mins
Total Time
25 mins
 
Creamy brie, enhanced with the earthy delicious flavours of black truffle all baked to oozing delicious perfection! Seriously this Baked Black Truffle Stuffed Brie is decadence and heaven on a plate!
Servings: 2
Author: Claire | Sprinkles and Sprouts
Ingredients
  • 1 medium brie wheel - around 200g
  • 10 g black truffle (see notes)
  • 1 tbsp olive oil
  • A pinch of salt and black pepper
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven 180°C/350°F.
  2. Remove all the packaging from your brie, but if it came in a wooden box keep this for later.
  3. Use a sharp knife to cut a circle in the top of your brie. You want to go through the rind and a little into the cheese.
  4. Peel this back and use a teaspoon to scrape a small amount of cheese away (eat this - chefs perk!)
  5. Finely grate the truffle over the cheese, drizzle over the olive oil and add a good pinch of salt and pepper.
  6. Cover the truffle back up with the circle of rind you removed earlier
  7. Wrap the brie in cooking paper and then tightly in tinfoil.
  8. Place the brie on a baking sheet and bake for 15-20 minutes until completely molten.
  9. To serve I like to remove the tinfoil and carefully slide the cheese back into the wooden box. (see notes)
  10. Serve with plenty of bread and some apple slices.
  11. Some little radishes are amazing with this, but ideally you want the 'french breakfast' radishes as they have a milder flavour.
Recipe Notes

If you have more truffle then add as much as you like (and can afford!!!)

In France the cheese is often baked in the box. But you find that there the boxes are stapled together. Here in Australia the boxes are often glued, so the heat of the oven will pop the box open! Better to use tin foil and transfer to the box. Otherwise you might end up with a cheese flood!!!

 

 

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    • Lotta
    • July 18, 2016
    Reply

    I have never eaten truffles but I think this looks like the best place to start.
    I LOVE brie!!

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  2. I think I ruined my keyboard with all of my drools. It really isn’t my fault — it’s all yours!! My heavens I have such a weakness for cheese and then you HAD to have wine in the background. Good heavens girl, are you trying to kill me and my computer?? Well, the recipe is definitely a keeper and my hubby will never understand why my laptop is on the blink. Have a great weekend.

    1. Reply

      Hehe, Marisa I am so sorry!!!! Please accept my deepest apologies. Ill explain to your hubby for you x 😉

      Cheese and wine are just the best aren’t they!!!!!!!

  3. If this doesn’t earn you brownie points then I don’t know what will!!! Mind you your recipe with garlic, rosemary and white wine sounds totally delicious too!

    1. Reply

      Hehe, melted cheese is always a winner isn’t it!

      Will have to get the garlic and rosemary version up soon 🙂

    • Dorothy Dunton
    • July 6, 2016
    Reply

    Hi Claire! Now I really want some truffles! Brie is one of my favorite cheeses! I can’t think of a better late afternoon snack with a glass (or two…) of wine and I’d gladly share with you!

    1. Reply

      I can’t think of anything better than sharing a glass of wine (or two) and some brie with you Dorothy. Sounds like a great afternoon!!!

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