Friday, January 13, 2012

Baked Camembert

I was given this Cheese Baking Crock from Sainsbury's by my son-in-laws Mum. I am very lucky because she has a very good eye for foodie gifts that I will be able to use on my blog. She knows my blog well because she has been following me for well over five years now.

All you have to do is place your Camembert into the crock pot, I would take the Camembert out of the fridge about an hour before you want to cook it or it will take longer to cook, top with two tablespoons of the caramelised onion chutney, replace the lid - such a brilliant idea and not one I have come across before.

Cook for 10-15 minutes on 200°C until wobbly and some of the oozing cheese is trying to break through. The recipe for this is on the side of the box the cheese baking crock came in.

Serving suggestions are sliced french bread and apple, waxy new baby potatoes and tiny cherry tomatoes on the vine - very, very delicious.

Thank you Lindsay!

Here is a similar Camembert Baker from Amazon.


Maria♥ said...

Oh gosh this looks and sounds so divine, especially with crusty bread!


The Caked Crusader said...

I have a ceramic camembert baker too - although different to your one - it's such a gorgeous way to eat cheese...although I can't actually think of a bad way!

Alida said...

Yummy!I love onion chutney. It is one of the things I discovered in England and fell in love with.
I will try this as in my family we also all love cheese to bits! Thanks for sharing and also for visiting my blog. I am really thrilled for making nice foodie friends!

Otilia said...

I love anything with cheese! I am going to check Sainsbury and see if they have it still.
PS:Thank you for visiting my blog

Otilia said...

I love this kind of cheese! I love any kind of cheese! I will have to check Sainsbury for the pot.
PS:thank you for visiting my blog and for the comment.

Lin, Pain d'Epices & Chocolat said...

I have never tried it, it sounds interesting. I bet you eat more than a regular portion!

Xinmei @ Pudding Pie Lane said...

This is such a great idea with the chutney! I had baked camembert yesterday but just with some herbs sprinkled on top, this is a great addition :)