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Baked Figs with Goat's Cheese

This is one seriously delicious combination; tangy warm goat cheese, sweetness from the baked fig and a slight saltiness from the Parma ham.

Perfect as a starter for any good dinner party.

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Baked Figs with Goat's Cheese and Parma Ham

No special equipment needed, just a good quality shallow non-stick baking tray will do the job.

Perfect Starter Course

Baked or roasted figs are truly delicious, if you've never tried them you have to give them a go!

Parma ham is a great combo with goat's cheese and the baked fig is the icing on the cake; you only need one fig per person.

Goat's Cheese

For this, you need the goat's cheese with the rind on. Yes, you can eat the rind on goat's cheese.

Parma Ham

Is available in any good supermarket, you'll find really good quality Parma ham in ALDI at a great price. By the way, I've not been paid to say that; I'm just saying it's worth checking out.

Figs

Fresh Green figs are available from November to July. Black figs are usually from Turkey and are available all year.

Black figs are larger and sweeter too. Both types can be eaten complete with the skin. When they are ripe, you can split them open with your fingers to reveal the soft, sweet flesh full of edible seeds.

Figs are high in fibre and good for the digestive system. 

Balsamic Glaze

You can make the whole thing look even better by adding a drizzle of balsamic glaze, you can buy it in any good supermarket or over on Amazon.

Or, you can make your own balsamic glaze with this recipe.

Mix 100ml balsamic vinegar with 2 teaspoons of caster sugar in a small saucepan.

Over a low heat simmer for 4-6 minutes until thickened and glossy - remember it will thicken even more when it's cooled.

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Baked Figs 

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