I am always looking for recipes to remind me of Italy. Especially as we have not been able to travel as yet this year. I made these baked masala figs when figs were in season. And then topped my brownie chocolate cake with them.
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Part of my new routine includes training four times per week. We have gone back to work but Dave and I decided we would start our mornings in the gym. As I want to watch TV at the same time, I have taken my stepper downstairs. This way I can watch programmes Dave refuses to watch, without bothering him. During the first week of isolation I dropped my fitness watch. The screen had a crack along the top, but it was still working. And I cannot tell you how relieved I was. That is, until I put it on to charge and I realized I had damaged the motherboard somehow. I enjoyed a few more days of seeing whether I reached my daily training target or not. And then when the battery died I set it aside, not knowing what I was going to do.
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I could not purchase a replacement straight away as this was not considered an essential item. And only essential items were on sale during our level 5. I researched a cheaper version of the Apple Watch but realised that all the positive reviews came from sites that had affiliate links. The Apple Watch is super pricey, and not really a shape I like. And what I was missing the most was the daily alarm telling me it was 18h00 and time to feed the dogs, as well as the notification of who had messaged me. I don’t really need a smart watch as much as I need a fitness tracker. The fact that I could not go out and buy a new one straight away gave me the time to look at something I would love to wear.
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Baked Masala Figs
- 14 small figs, halved
- 60 mls Masala
- 1 lemon, zest only
- 5 g coconut sugar
for the mascarpone (optional)
- 75 g mascarpone
- 7.5 mls masala syrup from the baking
- 5 g honey
- Preheat the oven to 180° Celsius
- Place the figs into an ovenproof dish, cut side up
- Drizzle the masala over the figs and then sprinkle the zest and sugar over the figs
- Place into the oven and bake for 20 minutes
- Remove from the oven and allow to cool slightly
for the mascarpone
- Place the mascarpone, syrup and honey into a mixing bowl
- Whisk to combine
- Serve dolloped onto the warm figs
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Do you have a fitness tracker? If so which one?
16 thoughts on “Baked Masala Figs”
Figs are just beautiful – I bet they taste incredible with that hint of masala too!
I loved them 🙂
I shall keep this recipe for when figs are in season, Tandy. I just love them.
Figs are never in season here! We live too far from anyplace that can grow fig trees, and they don’t travel well. So I could never do that recipe. Maybe it would work with dried figs.
be well… mae at maefood.blogspot.com
I shall try with dried figs as we always have a packet of them in the pantry.
Absolutely love figs.. would never have thought of masala flavouring.. 😉
It was a nice treat
This is simply beautiful and looks divine as well. Figs are my favourite fruit and not one is wasted, your dish certainly does them justice and is perfect with a chocolate brownie.
Thanks, I love figs and look forward to the season each year 🙂
I’ll be curious to find out what fitness tracker you end up getting…
I got the Polar Ignite 🙂
I love this idea, Tandy!
Thanks Zirkie 🙂 Miss your blogging xx