Truffle Brie Cheese


  • 200gm Double Brie cheese
  • 25gm Black Truffle
  • Sprinkle of ground salt and pepper



  1. Slice Brie cheese in half and remove lid (like a sandwich). Finely shave 3 layers of truffle over the open surface of the cheese. Add ground salt and pepper to taste.

  2. Replace the lid of cheese over the prepared portion of cheese and wrap in grease proof paper and foil. Place in the fridge for 24 hours.

  3. 2 hours before serving remove from fridge to mellow.

    Serve on grilled, toasted or fresh bread or crackers.

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