Recipe For Turkish Figs With Honey & Camembert

It is not often that I can find some really plump Turkish figs, but when I do, I buy them. Figs can be paired with so many other flavours, but my best is certainly Camembert. This recipe is an extension of my previous one, adding some more sweetness with the honey.

Turkish Figs With Honey and Camembert
Turkish Figs With Honey and Camembert

 

Turkish Figs with Honey and Camembert
 
Ingredients
  • 1 Turkish fig per person
  • 50g Camembert per fig
  • 15mls balsamic vinegar reduction - I used a fig flavoured one
  • 5mls honey
Method
  1. quarter the figs, without slicing through the bottom
  2. place the Camembert into the fig
  3. place under the grill and leave there until the Camembert is soft
  4. put the balsamic vinegar reduction into a pan and add the honey
  5. leave until the honey has melted into the reduction
  6. drizzle the sauce over the fig

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9 thoughts on “Recipe For Turkish Figs With Honey & Camembert

  1. Hi there,

    Lovely suggestion, going to try it. I bought my black figs (smaller than depicted above) in a large punnet at The Food Lovers Market (previously Fruit & Veg) for an eye-goggling R19.99 – I thought it was very cheap for the amount I got!

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    1. Hope you have enjoyed the figs! Thanks for the email, we are away until Tuesday and I will reply then 🙂

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  2. That looks a right treat! It’s often a battle to find figs down here, apart from Woolies.

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    1. I have only ever seen them at Woolies – which is OK for me 🙂

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  4. Simple…delicious…and so easy to make. Yummy.

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    1. very easy to make – and oh so yummy 🙂

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  5. I adore this, but find figs so terribly expensive 🙁

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    1. they are quite – but a lovely treat 🙂

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