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Fig Flavour Pairings | Produce Made Simple

What Do Figs Go Well With?

Figs go well with goat cheese, blue cheese, bacon, prosciutto, pears, oranges, peaches, raspberries, red wine, balsamic vinegar or sherry vinegar, honey, phyllo pastry, caramel, vanilla, black pepper, olive oil, rosemary, cinnamon, cardamom, almonds, hazelnuts, and walnuts.

Fig Serving Ideas

Figs are commonly stuffed with a tart or blue cheese and wrapped with prosciutto to be served as an appetizer, but honeyed figs and roasted figs are wonderful with yogurt for a snack or for breakfast, or with panna cotta for dessert.

Figs can be made into a jam or a preserve that goes well with pastries, crackers, or toast.

When roasted or grilled, you can add figs to a salad for some sweetness and texture as well. Or if you’d like, bake a cake and gently press figs into the top. It’ll look impressive to see fig halves studded on top of the cake showing their beautiful jewelled centres.

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