A 10-minute recipe that couldn’t be easier but still feels special. It’s the world’s second-easiest fig dessert.
Figs are perfect straight from the tree, right? That’s why this recipe is for the world’s second-easiest fig dessert. Let’s say you’re a fan of figs just the way they are. Even so, sometimes you want something a little warm and jammy after dinner. Sometimes you have some company to impress without a lot of effort. Or maybe you had to buy your figs at the supermarket, and they’re not quite as succulent as they could be. That’s where broiled figs with vanilla and honey come in.
With just the slightest bit of embellishment, this dead-easy recipe for broiled figs with vanilla and honey yields little jewels of jammy goodness in less than ten minutes. Get the recipe below, and read the full story here on Serious Eats.
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Broiled Figs Recipe with Honey and Vanilla
Fire up the broiler, add a touch of vanilla and honey to your fig halves, and in ten minutes you'll have a sweet little treat on your hands. They'll be practically naked, yet delicately enhanced.
- 8 perfectly ripe fresh figs
- 1/2 vanilla pod
- 1/4 cup honey, for drizzling (you won\'t use it all)