Figs come into season in the late fall and early winter. I love figs, and although they are not a native food to Idaho, I do indulge in a some fresh figs every year. This is a very simple and delightful part of a winter breakfast or as an appetizer at a party.
Preheat oven to 375°.
Trim each stalks off of figs and slice each fig in half.
Arrange figs, open side up, in a shallow baking dish.
Place about 1 Tbsp of goat's cheese on each fig. Drizzle them lightly with honey. Cover figs and cook for about 10-15 minutes until figs become fragrant and their juice begins to flow.
Remove figs from oven --enjoy warm.
Healing Highlights: This recipe is overall sweet and warming. Figs, rich in fiber, vitamins and minerals are very Blood building and nourishes Yin.
Diplomate, Asian Bodywork Therapy (Dipl. ABT NCCAOM)
Certified Holistic Nutritionist (CHN)
AOBTA Certified Instructor & Practitioner
I have been practicing and teaching since 1994. I maintain my private therapy practice at Pulse Holistic Health offer Amma Therapy, Holistic Nutrition therapy sessions and classes for the public. In 2016, I started teaching Amma therapy apprentices again. I write regularly and offer classes in continuing education and for the public.