Recipe: Fig Tart

by ally redmond
fig tarts

Fig season is technically fall, but this beautiful, tear-dropped fruit is wonderful to enjoy all year round. Versatile and naturally delicious, figs can be eaten raw, grilled, stuffed or drizzled with sumptuous sauces, making it the perfect base for a sweet or savory treat.

Below find a lovely Fig Tart recipe from Molly Wilkinson (who contributes some AMAZING French dessert recipes from her new cookbook, French Pastry Made Simple, in our upcoming May/June 21 issue). This syrupy dessert — which can be made as one large tart or five individual — is always a crowd-pleaser, especially when the warm weather hits.

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