Delices and Gourmandises proposes you some delicious recipes of figs and wine
Figs are delicious when eaten fresh without accompaniment, with cream or fromage frais, or also when they are in liquorish wines. Delices and Gourmandises offers you an awesome recipe of figs and wine.
What you need
For preparing your figs in wine, you can use 4 fresh fruits or rehydrated dried fruits but Delices and Gourmandises recommends you the well maturated fresh ones.
You will also need:
– 100gr of cane sugar
– 33cl of dry red wine
– A vanilla bean
– A clove
But you can also use cinnamon, black pepper or ginger to optimize the aromas and the taste of your delicacies.
How to make your figs in wine?
Put the wine, the cane sugar, the clove and the vanilla bean, and the other spices if you want some, in a pan. Let the mix boil and put the figs into for 5 minutes to let them cook and drink the liquid.
Take the figs out of the pan and let the mix cook until you obtain more or less sticky syrup.
Cut the figs making a cross on their top then cut them until the middle.
Put the figs on a plate and pour the syrup over them.
Let cool for at least 2 hours in the fridge before serving. Accompany them with a vanilla ice cream.
You can use some beverages from Delices and Gourmandises to make your figs in wine. The Nusbaumer distillery products are perfect for this recipe.
How to taste Delices and Gourmandises figs in wine?
If you do not have time to prepare your dessert, or if you are not very keen on cooking, order some figs in Armagnac from Delices and Gourmandises. You can taste or serve them at any time, except for breakfast. They can make awesome dessert for a heavy meal.
And if you like this product taste and aromas, you can also try the liquorish wine aromatized with figs and nuts proposed in the catalog. The dried figs slight touch of sun gives a natural taste that can perfectly marry with foie gras, a dish of delicatessen or a fruit salad.