Learn how to make baked brie on the grill and get this tasty recipe for raspberry baked brie.
Today’s recipe is for a Baked Brie with Raspberries. Except it’s not baked. It’s cooked on the grill. I should probably stop calling it baked brie but I wanted to get the point across that it’s similar in flavor (rich and buttery) and texture (oozing and gooey) to the baked version you’re more familiar with.
I hesitate to call this a real recipe. You just put berries on top of the cheese. More than a recipe, this is a method for grilling Brie. You can take the instructions here and apply them to any basic baked brie recipe. Take a wheel of brie, put it on foil, add toppings and grill until bulging.
To serve, transfer the whole thing, foil and all, to a serving plate. Don’t try to get the foil out from under. It’s not going to happen without a toppling-of-gushing-brie mess-of-an-event. It’ll still be tasty though.
Caution your guests that the foil is going to be hot. But it cools down quickly. Use spoons or knives to cut into the brie and to scoop melted cheese and jammy warm berries onto crackers or baguette.
If you’re a brie lover (like I am!), you’ll also want to check out my recipe for BBQ Baked Brie. Oddly, this one is not done on the grill (though you could do it that way. See above!). But it is slathered in a delicious BBQ sauce for sweet, tangy flavor.
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