It can seem almost impossible to find a dish that everyone will enjoy. However, Pioneer Woman says she did. Ree Drummond’s appetizer dish is a crowd pleaser, according to the celebrity chef and Food Network star. Sticky cheese topped with mushrooms and puff pastry, it’s easy to see why.
Pioneer Woman’s Baked Wild Cheese Starts With Mushrooms Infused With Wine
The recipe begins with sautéing mushrooms for each dish very easy Cookbook Author Instructions (Get all details on the Food Network website). Drummond puts mushrooms — her favorite is cremini — in a skillet on the stove with onions, garlic, and herbs.
Once they are golden, you remove the pan glass by pouring in the red wine. From there they move “until they basically absorb all the wine they can absorb and everything is reduced.” At this point, turn off the fire and leave it to cool.
Brie and Mushrooms en Croute invites Ree Drummond’s Brie and Mushrooms en Croute to buy puff pastry at the store
Next is puff pastry. Drummond doesn’t bother making homemade puff pastry for this appetizer. Instead, they make it easier — and less stressful — with store-bought stuff.
Even the cooked Brie uses puff pastry. This is a frozen puff pastry and I let it thaw overnight in the fridge,” said Drummond leading women. “Then I took it off about an hour ago so it’s very soft.”
Next comes putting all the items together. “Basically, you want to stack the mushrooms in the center of the ‘puff pastry.’ On top goes a brie wheel,” Drummond explained. “Then you just bring up the sides of the puff pastry and you’re basically including the brie in the pastry.”
After baked seam side down Drummond on the left with an elegant and very cheesy appetizer. “I love him, I absolutely love him,” she said. “I think that’s cool and it’s just so perfect, you know, like your wife, your sweetheart, like at a party. It’s just one of those things that no one likes at all.”
Pioneer Woman appetizer has 5 stars
At the time of writing, Drummond’s brie puff is still a crowd pleaser, and everyone seems to love it. The recipe averages five stars on the Food Network and reviewers rave about it in the comments.
It is described as “super simple and delicious” and “absolute perfection.” Some mentioned how it went very well at holiday parties. One reviewer who gave it to the Christmas Eve dinner shared that it was gone within five minutes. Others who attended the special occasion noted that “everyone loved it,” and one described it as an “appetizer for the party.”
Plus, reviewers defend how easy this Pioneer wild cheese appetizer is to make. One said, “It was easy to make, pretty looking, and so delicious.” Another praised the rapid assembly.
Plus, Drummond’s finishes make it perfect for the holidays. One reviewer said, “We always have the candlelit buffet, so it fits right in. The rosemary and dried cranberry garnishes made it extra festive, and those cranberry bits gave it a nice touch.”
Whether or not Brie Beef is served in Drummond during the holidays or not, it is likely to be a hit.
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