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Home made fresh & dried figs chutney!

Delightful home-made fig chutney: ready to be enjoyed!

Recently, my husband & I bought our dream house.We have a lovely reasonable sized garden with a smaller fig tree. At the present moment, this fig tree is has a lot of fresh figs. So, I thought, what to do with so many figs? I came up with a few ideas. I invented a lovely fresh & dried figs chutney. There are also a few new fig recipes coming up on my blog later on, like fig clafoutis, etc.

my beautiful fig tree!
Ripe freshly cut up figs!
the chutney before cooking!
the chutney after cooking!

This chutney is best enjoyed cold or heated up with a hard cheeses platter or with some good game dishes, like venison, guinea fowl, wild boar, pheasant, & also with my wild boar appetizer. You can find the recipe here! ( filed under Sophie’s Christmas menu ! )

Enjoy!

Recipe: For 3 pots/ 2 pots, each 350 ml & 1 pot 400 ml / So, for 1100 ml chutney

Ingredients:

800 gr fresh figs, stems removed, cleaned with water, pad dry on kitchen paper, cut into 4 ( weighted after cleaned & stems removed)

200 gr dried figs, stems removed & cut into little pieces

Juice of ½ lemon & lemon parts cut into small pieces ( peel, white parts & seeds removed )

100 gr red onions, peeled & cut into little pieces ( weighted when peeled )

100 gr unrefined fine coconut blossom sugar / if you don’t have that : cane sugar

1 tablespoon ( 15 ml ) of apple cider vinegar

3 grinds of sea salt ( I use Maldon )

a few pinches of cayenne pepper

Method:

1. Take a large bowl & add both the fresh fig parts & the dried fig parts. Mix well.

2. Divide the sugar all over the fig parts, add the red onion parts too & mix well with a spoon.

3. Add the cider vinegar, the lemon pieces & lemon juice. Mix it all carefully together with a spoon.

4. Take a larger cooking pot & spoon the mix in it. Ad about 3 grinds of sea salt & a few pinches of cayenne pepper, not too much. Place on a medium hot fire & cook softly for about 25 minutes. It has to cook. Stir from time to time & don’t let the mix burn. The mix will thicken.

5. Rinse your 3 bottles with hot water & place them upside down on a clean towel until ready to use.

6. Fill your bottles up & immediately turn the lids on them. Let them cool down. Label them. Place them aside in a cool place but not the fridge. Once you have opened a bottle, keep in the fridge.

 Enjoy!! 

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You might like other fig recipes on my blog:

1. Fig & creamy blue cheese appetizer

2. Smoked duck, asparagus & fig salad

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Hello! My name is Sophie & I love to cook & bake mostly healthily but with a twist! There is a bit of gardening & travelling in here too! Enjoy! :)

118 thoughts on “Home made fresh & dried figs chutney!

  1. Congratulations on your dream house Sophie! How lucky…fresh figs – so delicious! Can’t wait to see more fig recipes!

  2. What a present: dreamhouse with figtree included and what a treat: all those recipes with frsh figs, looks yummy this chutney!!

  3. Congratulations on your new home, Sophie!!! I can see already you will be feasting on many memorable meals.

    Your Fig Chutney sounds deliciously unique:) Thank you so much for sharing…

  4. Oh my gosh, Sophie our fig tree is BEAUTIFUL! What a bounty of figs! Congratulations on buying your dream house. These chutneys looks absolutely lovely and tasty, what a great gift they would make.

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  6. Ooooo you have your own fig tree!! You see now I am insanely jealous.. Here I am struggling to find good figs at all and you have an entire tree… Sigh… Love that gorgeous fruit loaded tree and great idea to make a chutney with all those figs!

  7. Oh Sophie…I love figs and your chutney sounds and looks delicious…lucky you having a fig tree in your backyard 🙂
    Hope you are having a great week!

  8. Wow! you’ve got a fig tree in your garden? How lovely! fresh figs are soooo expensive here and you’ve got a tree full of fruits! I am green with envy! lol! I would love to taste some your your chutney if I could:D

  9. Oh I am so happy to rad that you have settled into your new home and have a woderful garden. I am so envious of your homegrown produce, esp. the figs – chutney looks so good.

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    1. Hello Sebastian, welcome to my blog! Hope you enjoy it! 🙂
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  11. Hi Sophie! Good to see you back. I too have been away from blogging for 10 months! Life does get in the way. Anyhow great to see some preserving. Figs are undoubtably one of my favourites. Happy blogging and see you soon! S x

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  13. Congratulations on purchasing the home of your dreams, Sophie! I would love to make your amazing looking chutney, but I can rarely find fresh figs here. The season is sooo short, and every time I go to get some, they’ve sold out 😦 I guess I could add another fresh fruit or use all dried, just in case it happens again?

    1. Thanks for commenting my friend! 🙂 you could indeed use 1 part fresh other fruits or use all dried figs, you choose. xxx

  14. I am jealous of your fig tree. They don’t grow well in MN. This looks excellent and it would certainly be a grand gift! I am dreaming of this with a little goat cheese….

  15. I can see why your home is your dream house; it has a fig tree growing in the garden! Congratulations, on your new abode. I love love love figs and will enjoy trying out your recipe.

    My favorite homemade jam this year was a fig and orange marmalade. I’ll have to post the recipe on my blog …at some point 😉

    1. thanks, my friend Tom! I can’t wait for you to post that fig & orange marmelade,…it sounds so appetizing too! 🙂

  16. Sophie – how lovely to have your own fig trees. The climate here doesn’t support figs, I’d have to move further south. Good luck with the lovely figs.

    1. Hey Lorraine! I think you might enjoy my other fig recipes on my blog! See at the end of my post, there are my links! See you!:)

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