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Baked Clarines


  • 1 500 gram Clarines

  • 0.5 cup Pinot Noir

  • 7 Cloves blanched Garlic

  • Sprigs Thyme

  • Ground black Pepper


  • 1.

    Ensure cheese is room temperature

  • 2.

    Use a knife to poke holes into the top of the cheese

  • 3.

    Insert garlic cloves into the top of the cheese, sprinkle with pinot noir, add thyme and bake in moderate oven for 20 minutes. Garnish with black pepper.

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Posted by COOKING_MAMA™Report
i have done a similar recipe but more of a traditional fondue DELISH!!!!
Posted by Ian206Report
Will Brie & or Camembert make a good substitue for Clarines?
Posted by Ian206Report
Hi, I am not familiar with Clarines at all & living in Indonesia I am doubtful of ever finding any. Would Brie or Camembert make a good substitute?
Posted by KarenReport
The Gourmet Grocer in Darling Street, Balmain has it in store most of the time.
Posted by Chantelle36Report
how do i get my hands on clarines in brisbane can anyone help me
Posted by Anja3Report
looked great