Fig, goat cheese and honey, the perfect trifecta for me (limit the paradise of taste to be said in passing)… and brought together in a single bite, in the form of small tarts puff… it speaks to you ?! Yes this is what I was used to Mr. to happy hour the other night, and after making me understand that the Holy Moorish it was borderline “spoiled” cooked (yes, because Mr. and Sainte Maure is a long but very long love story !), he changed his mind by devouring those tarts puff in less than two ! I rarely eat figs in the dish salty, but this year I’ve decided to change your mind (yes, because I made a raid of figs purple at the organic grocer !), and to try several small dishes of fresh figs. There will be figs on the menu this week, with small flat which, I hope, will surprise your taste buds !
It does not remain you more that to pick up some fresh figs and a good de Sainte Maure, and to resist the temptation of eating everything like this with a good glass of wine… well, just in case, you are already forgiven !
Tarts puff figs, goat cheese, honey and rosemary
For a fortnight, Save Print Ingredients
- 1 puff pastry
- 6-8 figs (the purple)
- 1/2 log of goat cheese Sainte Maure
- Preheat the oven to 200°.
- Roll out the puff pastry about 3-4 mm thick.
- Cut out small circles using a cookie piece and place them on a baking sheet.
- Cut the goat cheese into slices of 5 mm.
- Cut the figs into quarters.
- Arrange the slices of goat cheese on the dough, add the quarters of the figs over, then cover with a bit of honey and a few sprigs of rosemary.
- Bake for 10-12 minutes.
- Enjoy hot.