Fresh Figs with Goat Cheese & Honey

by kitchenarian on September 17, 2012

Warning: I may repeat myself.

I love fall.

I love fresh figs.

I love goat cheese.

I love honey.

See where I am going here….

I love this appetizer.

This is a recipe, but not really. It is three ingredients (that I love) that you combine to amaze and impress your taste buds…and your friends…maybe not your children, but that’s ok. It just leaves more for you.

I love fresh figs with blue cheese too. Almost as much as I do with goat cheese. Almost.

What is your favorite way to prepare this delectable  fruit?


Fresh figs
Goat cheese

Starting at the fig’s stem end, cut each fig into quarters, stopping 1/2 inch from bottom so that the bottom stays intact. Press the figs open and spoon a small amount of goat cheese into the center. Arrange figs on your serving platter and drizzle with honey. Serve immediately.

Kitchenarian Notes: You can also slice the figs in half and place the goat cheese on the fig half with drizzled honey.



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