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This fruit with its green or deep purple skin and pink, soft and seeded centre is wonderfully sweet and high in natural sugars. It works perfectly with savoury dishes as well as used in puddings and desserts. Why not try cooking one of our favourite fig recipes.
Ready in just 15 minutes, this is a delightfully sophisticated recipe for midweek entertaining.
Fresh figs are luxurious and sexy so they’re perfect for making a salad really special. You could use a blue cheese here instead of the goat’s cheese, or substitute smoked duck slices or warm duck breast, sliced, for the cheese.
This salad recipe includes walnuts, which are rich in omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, and also provide protein. Figs and pears contain an abundance of fibre.
Duck costs a bit more than most meats but is well worth it - match it with fig, pine nut and mint as we've done here to really complement its subtle flavour.
These light mincemeat and fig pastries are a delightful alternative to mince pies. A last-minute festive saver!
Try this trifle with a delicious difference. The fig in Marsala gives it a kick while the white chocolate and meringue make it dreamy.
You’ll find friands in most Kiwi cafés, but this is my personal favourite. You’ll need a metal, oval-shaped friand tin or a small muffin tin for this recipe.
Save time and effort with this simple Moroccan style recipe for shortcut suppers.
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