This is always a hit - have also added a little curry powder to the apricot jam for a different twist and that too goes over well.
This was absolutely delicious!
So simple and so tasty. I toasted the almond slices first and liked the added flavor and color.
I make a similar version of this with crushed cashew pieces instead of almonds and serve with thin sliced baguette, I get so many compliments each time. Its amazing!
i had made this last xmas, it was well received and gave me plenty of time to do the finishing touches on more demanding dishes. I'm planning on making it for a picnic tomorrow.
I made this for a party and used fig preserves, gobbled the whoe thing up. So easy to make!
I made this for our Christmas party and it was the fastest-disappearing dish on the hor d'ourves table. I left off the nuts since DH can't eat them. Everyone loved it, and I loved that it was so easy.
My MIL made this last Christmas Eve, so when it came up to what to make this year I knew this had to be on the menu. I did not use the exact measurements - not in my nature - but this is such and easy no fail recipe you just can't go wrong! I used a 5 1/2 round of brie cheese...probably still around a 1/3 of a cup of appricat preserves and a handful of slivered almonds. You have to try this recipe for something easy and elegant! Thanks
What a tasty appetizer. My guests asked for the recipe. I'll be making this again, for sure. So easy to prepare.
I made this for a party I had last night, but substituted a Hot Mango Chutney for the preserves. Oh my goodness!!! I have a feeling I'll be asked to make this one over and over again. And the fact that it takes 2 seconds to prepare is a definite plus. Served it with assorted breads and crackers. What a hit.