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  • Michelle Britton

    Baked brie, figs and Moscato | #appetizer #recipe

  • The Wine Princess

    Brie and Figs paired with Moscato #wine #cheese #food

  • Leisa Pisano

    Ingredients 1 tablespoon orange zest ¼ cup fig jam 2 tablespoons grated piloncillo (brown sugar can be substituted) 1 (8-ounce) Brie cheese round 4 fresh figs cut in half 1 box plain water crackers 1 bottle of Moscato white wine from Columbia Crest Directions Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Cut the brie in half, creating two rounds. Mix orange zest, fig jam, and piloncillo, and spread onto one of the brie rounds. Carefully place the other brie half on top. Place the brie on a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper. Heat in the oven for about 10-15 minutes. Don’t over cook the brie or you will have a gooey hot mess. This step is optional: While the brie is baking, place figs on a hot comal (griddle) for a quick sear. This gives them a warm smokiness and goes oh so well with the warm brie. Place the baked brie on a cutting board and serve with water crackers, sliced figs, and a chilled glass of Moscato wine. Salud!

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