Baked Figs with Goat Cheese #appetizers #brunch

Baked Figs with Goat Cheese #appetizers #brunch

Simple 15-minute Baked Figs with Goat Cheese, pecans, nectar and sage formula. These heated figs make for a rich exquisite tidbit your visitors will cherish!

The fig season is short, so ensure you got enough! Other than eating them crude or making open-confronted sandwiches with figs and cheddar, I like to prepare them with goat cheddar. Delectably sweet, chewy broiled figs with smooth skin and crunchy seeds pair so well with flavorful and delicate goat cheddar. Figs have an extremely interesting taste and surface that no other organic product has.

This straightforward hors d'oeuvre features the fig season in a rich manner. It's unbelievably delightful and lovely, which makes it a gathering pleaser and a decent backup for wine. Plus, this formula meets up inside minutes and requires only five straightforward fixings: figs, goat cheddar, nectar, pecans and sage.

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Baked Figs with Goat Cheese #appetizers #brunch


  • 6 medium-sized figs
  • 80 grams or 2.8 oz soft goat cheese
  • 2 tablespoons chopped walnuts
  • 1 tablespoon chopped sage
  • 2 tablespoons honey
  • salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste


  1. Preheat the oven to 200 °C or 390 °F. Cut off the stems and make an X cut in the top of each fig half way through.
  2. Stuff the figs with soft goat cheese using a teaspoon. Sprinkle some chopped walnuts and sage over your stuffed figs and drizzle them with honey. Add salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste. I used Le Creuset rectangular baking dish for this recipe and it was just the right size.
  3. Broil for about 5 minutes or until they look soft and release juice. Serve them warm or cold with a glass of wine. Enjoy!

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