Monday, November 10, 2008

Roasted Figs with Candied Ginger



No recipe, just a simple dessert idea. Halved figs are sprinkled with sugar and topped with couple of Buderim candied ginger nibbles. Roasted in the 200 C/400 F oven for 15 minutes, just to warm through, then drizzled with lemon juice and garnished with lemon zest.

Perhaps not the best fig dessert ever, but it's quick and easy, and I love the picture :)

(Röstitud viigimarjad suhkrustatud ingveriga)

6 comments:

Freya said...

A simple, stunning and delicious looking dessert! Looks so seasonal too!

ChichaJo said...

I am seeing fresh figs all over the blogs now and it's driving me batty with longing! This is a fantastic photo Pille and a delicious looking dessert!

eleonora said...

Your blog is super. So are your photographies. They make me hungry. I have spent a nice moment when seeing them. Thanks a lot.

Liz said...

ooh that looks delicious. Our figs have finished already though. I wonder where yours are coming from (I am suppose they don't grow in Estonia?)

Jeanne said...

That is a seriously beautiful photo, whatever the dessert tasted like!

Pille said...

Freya - it does look delicious, I agree :)

ChichaJo - can you get fresh figs at home?

eleonora - thank you so much for your kind words!

Liz - well, fresh figs are very hard to get here in Estonia, and they're definitely don't grow here. The ones available at grocery stores are way overpriced and often underripe and tasteless. Luckily, one can sometimes get lucky at the market :)

Jeanne - it tasted just fine, but nothing special. But I really-really loved the photo :)