Date: 26 Aug 2022
Experiment in the kitchen and delight your loved ones with something new, tasty and different..
200 g of dried Serena figs
raw nuts for sprinkling
2 tbsp. sugar (if you like it sweeter)
500 ml. milk
Method of preparation:
Put the milk on the stove to heat. Don't hold it too much so it doesn't get too hot.You have to be able to keep your finger in it - kind of like fermenting milk. During this time, clean the figs from the stems and cut them into halves.
Then put the milk and figs in a blender and blend until a homogeneous mixture is obtained. Beating takes about 1-2 minutes. You will notice that the mixture starts to thicken as soon as you beat it. Pour the custard into dessert glasses and leave at room temperature for about an hour. During this time, it should harden more. Sprinkle with nuts.
Then you can eat it or put it in the fridge.
Figs are a fruit with high nutritional values. Of all the fruits, they contain the most calcium. They are also a good source of copper, magnesium, manganese, potassium and vitamin K. They contain antioxidants, flavanoids, polyphenols and have a mild laxative effect. Figs are rich in iron and manganese, making them a great choice for anemia or chronic fatigue. Soluble fiber, which is contained in figs, contributes to faster satiety of hunger and maintains healthy blood sugar and cholesterol levels.