Broiled Figs and Brie


Broiled Figs and Brie


Broiled Figs and Brie

A simple dessert that pairs down two basic elements so you can enjoy all the complex flavors of each.

Recipe provided by:
Peter Kozlowski - EpicStyle


Serves 1

Ingredients

2 Mission Figs (purple ones)
A wedge of Brie

Directions

Simply cut the figs vertically in half. Then cut thin slices of Brie and lay them on the fruit ( meaty side, not skin side ). Then place in the broiler on high for about 2 minutes. Keep an eye on these, you want the Brie to just start to melt, not melt away. That's it, a simple dessert that pairs down to two elements and their complex flavors.


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