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Monday, September 3, 2012

Bacon & Caramelized Onion Brie Bowl



Were you starting to think that I'd forgotten about my 30x30?  Yeah, me too.  The last year of my twenties is half over and I sure have a lot of my list left!  I hope to get cracking on that once the weather turns cooler in the fall, because, wow!  There are a lot of baked good on that list!


Typically brie is served with sweet accompaniments, but I've had savory brie in my head since my mom mentioned it months ago.  I’m so glad I tried this!  This made a such delicious appetizer, we could not stop eating it!  


Bacon & Caramelized Onion Brie Bowl
An Amy’s Cooking Adventures Original Recipe

1 (8 oz) wheel of brie, cold
3 slices bacon, cut in pieces
1 onion, diced
4 oz mushrooms, diced
1 round loaf of bread (about 1 lb)
2 tbsp butter
½ tsp garlic powder



Fry the bacon in a skillet over medium heat.  Once crisp, set aside on a paper towel-lined plate to cool. 

Pour about 1 tablespoon of the bacon drippings into a second, small skillet.  Add the onions to one skillet and the mushrooms to the other.  Sauté the mushrooms until they are cooked and have released their liquid, about 7 minutes.  Set aside.

Cook the onions until tender and caramel in color, 10-15 minutes. Set aside.

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F.

Cut the top off of the bread and hollow out a section large enough to hold the brie.  Use a bread knife to cut 1-inch slices along the edge of the bread bowl, making sure to stop at least ½ inch from the bottom.  Generously butter the edges of the bread, and sprinkle with garlic powder.

Use a vegetable peeler to remove the rind from the sides of the brie (and the top and bottom, if desired).

Place the brie round into the hollowed out section on the bread.  Sprinkle the top of the brie with the bacon, mushrooms, and onions (refrigerate any leftovers).

Replace the top of the bread (over the brie) and place on a baking sheet in the preheated oven for 25-30 minutes or until the brie is melted.

To serve, tear off the edges of the bread (and the top) and dip in the melted brie.


12 comments:

  1. I'm kind of totally freaking out over this recipe. four perfect foods all together in one bite. Yeah. This is a must make!

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  2. I Love Brie {sweet or savory} - Think this is on the menu for today ;-) Thanks for sharing!
    Linda

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  3. Ooh this sounds amazing, thanks so much for sharing the recipe at The Fun In Functional!

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  4. Oh yum, this looks scrumptious!

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  5. That looks incredible, we love brie around here and bacon of course! I would love for you to share this on Super Sweet Sunday at swtboutique.blogspot.com
    Thanks
    Stephanie

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  6. Thanks so much for sharing this at the Weekend Wonders link party! Hope to see you back on Thursday Have a great day :)

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  7. Droooool! I love anything with brie. And bacon. And onion. Ohh geez! :)

    Thanks for linking up to Financial Friday! Im featuring this tomorrow at 7! :)

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  8. Woah - that looks out of this world! Wow! I love your pictures of it. I'm sold :)

    Thanks for linking this up to Tasty Thursday too!

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  9. Just shared this outstanding recipe on my Face Book page as one of Freedom Fridays Five Faves!

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    Have a super week!

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  10. You've been featured! Thanks for sharing your post at Wednesday Whatsits. I hope you'll be back again!
    http://www.whitelightsonwednesday.com/2012/09/wednesday-whatsits-26.html

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