Recipe For Figs In Pomegranate Concentrate

These figs in pomegranate concentrate are a lovely accompaniment  to crème brûlée or any other dessert that needs some extra punch. Figs in season have to be one of my favourite fruits. We grey up with two fig trees which produced luscious green figs which we had to get before they dropped to the ground and were devoured by the birds. I much prefer Turkish figs, not only for their deep dark colour but because I can eat them skin and all. Here I have used them to make a dessert.

Crème Brûlée With Figs In Pomegranate Concentrate
Crème Brûlée With Figs In Pomegranate Concentrate

Figs in Pomegranate Concentrate
 
Ingredients
  • 1 Turkish fig per person, cut in half
  • 1 - 2 tablespoons pomegranate concentrate
Method
  1. In a saucepan heat the concentrate and as soon as it starts bubbling add the figs
  2. allow the concentrate to fully coat the figs, but do not allow the figs to overcook
  3. serve immediately

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  1. Hmmmmm looks too yummy for words. I would have to eat this all alone as Mr Brownieboy (who adores figs I might add) is not allowed to eat them. Would be too cruel to eat them in front of him LOL! Creme Brulee also one of my favourites and I am just wild about the Verlaque Pom Concentrate…I use it in everything these days….I have to do some work on my blog. Havent touched it. Been too sick and no mojo. Weekend Hugs xxx

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    1. sneak it in for breakfast once BB leaves in the morning 🙂 Hope you feel better soon. xxx

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  2. *JustMe would like to STRESS that she is not a fussy guest!*

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    1. you my friend are the easiest most wonderful guest (flowers help) xxx

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  3. Easy, yet it looks very posh 🙂

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    1. very easy – and way posh – a good way to impress those fussy guests that seem to crop up now and again!

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