I got the basis of this from a Jamie Oliver episode. He put herbs, feta cheese and olive oil in a French canning jar for a present. It looked so good, but I thought to myself, I can go one better. (You can mix and match what you think would go well with this, like roasted bell pepper, or carmelized onion instead of the garlic... the sky's the limit)
Let this sit for a week in the fridge and get some crusty bread and a spoon and it's really the most decadent garlic bread you could ever have.
I find any excuse possible to serve this. Great around the holidays but worthy of being made all year round. It is the dish I am most often asked to bring to a gathering requiring finger foods or appetizers. Really good on Townhouse Wheat Crackers. If I don't have any orange juice concentrate, I use just enough fresh squeezed juice to make it the right consistency and the zest from the orange for more flavor. *PLEASE NOTE!!* You REALLY need to make this ahead of time! The flavors must blend for it to taste good!
Guests will think you spent hours preparing these appetizers. They are very pleasing to the eye and the taste of Brie, caramelized onions and caraway is delicious. Prep time is approximate and includes the 15 minute chill time.
This baked brie puff pastry is rich, creamy, and dessert-like. It always disappears. I'm always asked for the recipe. Raspberry preserves goes great in this as well. Bringing in 2012 I made this using Recipe #463563!
Love potato skins but don't need all the fat and calories that go along with them? This version from EatingWell Magazine reduces the fat but keeps the great taste and you still receive all that great potassium.
Oh, you HAVE to try this one!! My family LOVES dips and spreads, and even the guys got really into this one. I even caught my uncle (who thinks guys are too "macho" for dips), eating it straight from the bowl with a spoon!! Best when made day of, and lettuce added just before serving. It gets soggy:(