Baked Figs with Goat's Cheese Balsamic and Pistachios

Sweet and Jammie Turkish Black Bursa figs. Warm from the oven having been baked with pistachios and chives, drizzled with Balsamic vinegar.

Baked Figs with Goat's Cheese Balsamic and Pistachios

If you've never tried baked fresh figs you really must - they are seriously delicious.

Baked in the oven of you can put them on the BBQ. They not only look good, but they are also very easy to do.

Baked Figs with Goat's Cheese Balsamic and Pistachios




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Figs with Goats Cheese Balsamic and Pistachios

Recipe amounts are per person.
Sweet and Jammie Turkish Black Bursa figs. Warm from the oven having been baked with pistachios and chives, drizzled with Balsamic vinegar
prep time: 5 minscook time: 15 minstotal time: 20 mins

ingredients:

a square of kitchen foil about 10x10 inches
1 ripe fig 
a small dollop of soft goats cheese 
a small handful of pistachios - roughly chopped
a drizzle of Balsamic vinegar
a small amount of freshly snipped chives - use kitchen scissors to snip

instructions

Preheat your oven to 200C/400F or Gas 6
With a sharp knife, cut a cross in each fig - taking care not to slice right the way through.

Put each fig in the middle of a square of kitchen foil.

Carefully open out each fig and put a dollop of goats cheese inside.

Sprinkle with chopped pistachios.  

Drizzle with a little Balsamic vinegar and then sprinkle over the snipped chives.

Pull up the sides of the foil to make a parcel.

Put them onto a baking sheet into a preheated oven and bake for about 15 minutes.

Serve immediately.

You can serve them in the foil if you wish as long as you didn't buy cheap foil that will tear easily - not a good idea if everyone gets a mouthful of foil!
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5 comments

  1. Oh wow, this looks and sounds amazing!

    Maria
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  2. MMMM, juicy figs, goat cheese.......

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  3. Sounds and looks fab as always Jan!! I love figs. If you come to Chester we'll do lunch at a wonderful little Thai restaurant I know!!

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  4. That little bit of balsamic makes all the difference - it's a great recipe Jan!

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Thanks for taking the time to comment - much appreciated.
Cheers
Jan




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