Fresh figs

Fresh figs

Fresh figs taste sweet and mature the darker the green to violet skin is. Fresh figs should yield slightly under slight pressure, but not be too soft. The flesh can be light pink to dark red and is interspersed with small edible seeds. Figs can be eaten with the skin on, or the fruit can be halved and the flesh spooned out. Fresh figs taste good in fruit salad and jam or with savoury ingredients such as ham and cheese.

All data per 100 g:
Calories
Carbohydrates
Protein
Fat
78 kcal
16 g
1 g
0 g

Recipes with Fresh figs

Apple figs jam
Apple figs jam For the apple figs jam best use gelling sugar "2:1" so that the jam tastes more fruity. Peel apple, remove seeds, cut into small cubes, weigh and fill into a pot. ...
Back ham with figs mustard starter
Back ham with figs mustard starter For baked ham with figs mustard starter first preheat the oven to 220° C. Defrost the pretzels for 10 minutes. ...
Canapes with Figs Cheese Dip
Canapes with Figs Cheese Dip For canapes with figs cheese dip fresh olive baguette into slices. For the dip goats mix fresh cheese with fig jam. ...
Chicken leg with fig mustard sauce
Chicken leg with fig mustard sauce is served with potato wedges and pumpkin. Preheat baking oven to 220° C. ...
Duck breast with figs
Duck breast with figs For ducks breast with figs preheat the oven to 200°. Cut the potatoes into slices. ...
Fig compote with port wine
Fig compote with port wine For fig compote with port wine use as ripe figs as possible, but not too soft. Peel the figs, cut into slices and fill into a bowl. ...
Fig goat cheese flame cake
Fig goat cheese flame cake can be prepared with mild or slightly spicy goat cheese. Mix flour with salt. ...
Fig Mustard Fondue Sauce
Fig Mustard Fondue Sauce For figs mustard fondue sauce rinse fresh figs, dry and remove the stalks. Pour the unpeeled figs into a mix beaker. ...
Figs al forno
Figs al forno are baked in the oven and served warm as a dessert. Preheat oven to 225°. ...

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