Monday, April 29, 2013

Fig, Goat's Cheese and Prosciutto


My sister's friend passed on this recipe a few months ago and I have been obsessed with it ever since.  This is a simple, delicious appetiser.  Just three beautiful ingredients - very easy and tasty. 




Pre heat your oven to 180 degrees.  Trim and halve your figs. 




Dollop on a generous amount of goat's cheese.



Wrap the fig and cheese in a thin slice of prosciutto.  I generally halve the prosciutto slices - half is usually wide enough.



Place the wrapped figs on a tray lined with baking paper and bake for 15-20 minutes. 




The end result - soft gooey figs, creamy cheese and crisp prosciutto. An impressive, delicious outcome for little effort.

Enjoy!


16 comments:

  1. That looks so good, and so easy and quick!

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  2. Lana Banana03 May, 2013

    Looks Delicious ;)

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  3. That looks delicious! Very chic! :)

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  4. Oh man, I love fresh figs. I wish the season wasn't so short!

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  5. Figs and prosciutto are like my favourite indulgent snack! Too bad the perfect fig season is now over... droollll

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  6. I don't like goats cheese (screwing up my nose as I type this!!) so I'm wondering if you could swap it for maybe a soft blue cheese? I love figs, prosciutto and pretty much all cheese....except goats!
    LM
    xx

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    1. I think a soft blue cheese would be perfect - creamy but with a lovely bite! Thanks for commenting :)

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  7. Oh I die for fresh figs! Swoon!

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    1. Agree Hannah. They are pretty good! :)

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