1 pear, cut in half, cored and cut very thinly. This is a green pear. The skin turns a dark color after baked.
1 small biscuit..use your favorite recipe
Brie..You want enough to cover the top of the biscuits
Preheat oven to 400.
Prepare your pears by halving, coring and slicing them very thinly.
Crumble a biscuit in the bottom of each tart dish. Trim the Brie of the white rind and cut into slices. Top the biscuit with Brie. Using the larger slices of pear, layer them starting at the outer edges. Overlap the slices as you work your way to the center. The center is tricky. The pear slices need to be thin and small. TIP: Put the pieces you want to use in the center. AFTER they are cooked, mold the center pieces to look like the center of a flower. It is much easier…trust me, I said a few choice words trying to get them to work the first time around…LOL
Bake for 25 minutes or until the cheese is melted. The cheese is what holds the biscuit together so that when you dish them to their own pretty dish, they don't fall apart.
You can easily serve this with any type of dessert sauce. I did not because it did not cross my mind…next time.
NOTE: As with any recipe, you always want to use the best ingredients. Brie is one of those cheese's that you want to buy the best you can afford. The taste and texture will be your reward.