Figs are in season! They are great as dessert or snacks, however I think they really shine in salads. Similar to last week’s recipe, you can enjoy this fig salad with goat’s cheese and prosciutto as a summertime lunch or serve it to share in your next dinner party. The saltiness in the goat’s cheese and prosciutto will bring out the sweetness of the figs. If you can find smoked almonds, they will add overall complexity of flavour, however they are not essential and you can use dry roasted almonds. This recipe is gluten-free but there’s no point in trying to make it dairy-free or vegan, sorry!
Figs are in season! This fig salad with broad beans and Pecorino brings the best of the Mediterranean cuisine to your table. Perfect for a summer lunch or BBQ. Some notes on ingredients: you can find fresh broad beans in some markets but it’s easier to find them in the frozen section of your supermarket. Pecorino is an Italian sheep milk cheese that I love due to its sharp, salty taste. You can substitute Parmesan if you prefer. This recipe is gluten-free and can be made vegan if you omit the cheese. However, I think the Pecorino really complements the flavour of ripe figs. Serve this salad as a side…