Fresh figs

Explore a variety of mouthwatering recipes and creative ideas to make the most of fresh figs. From salads to desserts, discover new ways to enjoy this seasonal fruit.

Celebrate fresh figs with 27 of the Best Fig Recipes! Post includes a produce guide and recipes for fig jam, baked figs, fig pizza and more!

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Cindy Murphy
Fresh figs are here! They can be enjoyed on their own (try scattering them around a cheese platter), but they also pair beautifully with a wide variety of sweet and savory dishes. From homemade compotes to savory small plates, here are some wonderful ways to eat fresh figs. http://www.ehow.com/how_5122199_eat-fresh-figs.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=freestyle&utm_campaign=fanpage Foodies, Ideas, Dessert, Snacks, Gardening, Lunches, Apps, Recipes With Figs, How To Eat Figs

Fresh figs are here! They can be enjoyed on their own (try scattering them around a cheese platter), but they also pair beautifully with a wide variety of sweet and savory dishes. From homemade compotes to savory small plates, here are some wonderful ways to eat fresh figs. http://www.ehow.com/how_5122199_eat-fresh-figs.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=freestyle&utm_campaign=fanpage

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I can think of few finer uses for jam than a bakewell tart, a scrumptious British dessert combining buttery short crust pastry with sweet fruit preserves and almond frangipane. For these mini bakewell tarts made in a muffin tin, I used raspberry jam and early autumn figs, a lovely summer-meets-fall pairing.Biting into a bakewell tart is pure bliss – on the outside you have a flaky crust, which holds rich, chewy almond frangipane and below that, a layer of sweet jam.

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Jessica Gardner
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