3 minutes tops to make those fig and cream cheese. 3 minutes!!
For a nice dinner or a fun aperitif. Are you interested?
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Those tartines can also be a highly appreciated starter.
I made them for a schooltime dinner. I wanted something good, something rather healthy and something that changed from the usual meals I make. No sooner said than done, my tartines were ready to be on my table, with a delicious homegrown heirloom tomatoes salad (flower salt, fresh basil and olive oil, nothing more) and a spinach leaves salad.
We enjoyed it sooooo much!!!
It’s a very simple way to enjoy figs in a savory recipe (I’m super lucky to have a very generous fig tree this year!!) and a perfect combination with cream cheese.
My cutting wooden board by Fackelmann France
My Santoku knife (with its sharpener case)
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The recipe, Chef!
Fig and Cream Cheese Tartines
- 4 slices of bread
- 4 figs
- 160 g cream cheese
- 1 or 2 slices of raw ham
- 6 stalks of chive
- 8 spinach leaves
- Olive oil
- Flower salt
Chop the chive and add it to the cream cheese with a pinch of flower salt. Mix.
Spread on your slices of bread.
Cut the figs in quarters and place them on the bread.
Add the raw ham cut in pieces and the spinach leaves.
Spread one or two pinches of flower salt.
Add a few drops of olive oil.