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Brie Cheese Recipes
Brie cheese is a very eclectic cheese and is perfect as a table cheese tasted as is, but also used in many preparations and recipes, especially to make gourmet sandwiches and tartines. A classic pairing of Brie cheese in Italy is with Speck ham, in pies, pizzas or sandwiches. It melts very well and this makes it ideal in the preparation of sauces and soups. It is also very tasty when heated in the oven and served still hot on baked bread.
Discover our tips on how to eat brie and our delicious selection of recipes.
Discover how to pair dessert wine and cheese to end your meal with an exciting contrast between sweet and savory flavors.
A Thanksgiving turkey burger with Brie and cranberry sauce, classic flavors combined in an unusual way for an original Thanksgiving dinner.
Bloomy rind cheeses are those raw milk cheeses that during the processing are treated with special molds. These molds give the crust a typical soft texture and a whitish color from which the name.
Brie cheese AOC is a semi-fat cow French soft cheese hailing from the current department of Seine-et-Marne and it takes its name from the homonymous territory east of Paris.
Taleggio, Brie, Camembert, Stracchino are just some examples of soft cheeses. Read our guide to disover everything about soft cheeses.
An easy brunch recipe to make your Sunday morning special. Fill in your crêpes with delicious cheeses and relax!
How to eat Brie cheese? Here are some delicious ideas to taste this versatile French cheese, from appetizers to desserts!
Do you want make a simple and quick side dish? Enrich your salad with cheeses and enjoy this light and yummy recipe!
Chocolate and cheese is a delicious pairing able to satisfy any palates. Here some suggestions for amazing combinations!
The name Brie indicates a family of soft cheeses hailing from the French region of Seine-et-Marne, anciently called Brie.
It's a very old type of cheese since it ws already produced before the Roman domination in France.
The taste of Brie cheese depends on the type you are eating. In fact, there are more than 20 different types of Brie whose flavors range from fruity, to undergrowth, to cream... Sensibus gives you the chance to buy cow Brie and goat Brie, to discover the differences between these two fantastic versions of Brie on your own.
Is Brie Mold Edible?
Many people wonder if you can eat the Brie mold. But first of all, what is the outside of Brie cheese made of? The Brie rind is treated with special molds of the Penicillium genus and in particular of the Camembert genus which is specifically selected for the dairy industry and used for the cheese-making of Brie. The mold forms a white outer patina that is not harmful to health. So you can eat the Brie rind without any risks.
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