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Blue Cheese And Walnuts Appetizers... January 09, 2004

Hi y'all

How is your weather? Ours has turned cold and dreary. Oh well, after all it is winter! :o)
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Today's Recipe:

Blue Cheese And Walnuts Appetizers

1 c Walnuts
1 c Crumbled blue cheese
1 Egg beaten with 1 tb water

Just chop 1 cup of walnuts (depending on the size of brie you
need to cover) and stir into 1 cup crumbled blue cheese. Press
onto the top of the brie and carefully wrap a sheet of thawed
puff pastry dough (Roll out to size needed). Use fingers wet with cold water to seal underside of pastry. Cut off excess to make cut-outs and adhere to top of brie with a little cold water. I refrigerate my brie at this point until I'm ready to bake. Remove from fridge, Brush w/egg wash (1 egg beaten with a Tbsp. cold water) and bake on a cookie sheet covered with baking parchment in a 375 degree oven for about 20 minutes until golden. ( Parchment makes it simple to transfer brie to serving dish.) Let Baked Brie stand for 20-30 Min. before cutting to let it firm up a little.

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