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.
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