Fresh Figs Stuffed with Goat´s Cheese and wrapped in Smoked Bacon

Because our fig trees have more ripe figs than we know what to do with – I decided to re-post a great recipe that always goes down well in our house, every August.

Serve as a starter or as a main course.   Delicious!

Simply pluck the fresh figs from the tree and slice off the top and bottom of each fruit.  Cut a cross into the top of each fig and stuff with a square of goat´s cheese.  Wrap in a rasher of smoked bacon and skewer with a cocktail stick.

Bake in a hot oven for approx 20 minutes.


That´s it – enjoy!


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26 thoughts on “Fresh Figs Stuffed with Goat´s Cheese and wrapped in Smoked Bacon

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  4. Que ricas!
    We’ve got free figs too but goat’s cheese is prohibitely expensive over here and bacon not easy to find. I’ll keep it in mind for the future though.

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