Baked Brie with Prosciutto & Figs (variations)

This warm starter brings out the deliciously creamy taste of Brie. In 5 simple steps, you’ll be sure to impress your guests with a puff pastry centerpiece that is wrapped in shaved prosciutto (optional) and complemented with fresh fig and honey jam and a drizzle of fig balsamic. We love to vary the recipe to work with what’s in the pantry and what’s seasonal in the moment. Try this recipe topped with The Gracious Gourmet Cranberry, Raspberry, Blood Orange spread instead of figs and finish with a drizzle of TAO raspberry balsamic. Almost any preserve, spread or chutney will work here with a final drizzle of your favorite balsamic. For a savory treat, replace spread/jam with an olive tapenade and finish with a fig or Traditional balsamic. No matter what combination of ingredients you choose, it’s best enjoyed directly out of the oven.

Ingredients
8 oz. Brie round
5 slices prosciutto
1 puff pastry (store bought)
¼ cup Honeyfeast Orange Blossom honey
1 cup fresh figs, quartered
Drizze of Cinnamon Pear Balsamic  
Fresh cracked black pepper
Instructions
Preheat oven to 425°F.
Lay down the prosciutto, then wrap around the Président Brie round.
Wrap the puff pastry around the prosciutto-wrapped Brie, and bake at 425°F for 15 minutes.
In a saucepan, cook the honey, figs and cracked black pepper for 10-12 minutes.
Cut out one wedge of the baked Brie pastry, and top with a scoop of the fig marmalade. Drizzle Cinnamon Pear Balsamic over Brie and serve with a spoon, as the delicious hot Brie will ooze out!

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