Tasty Tuesday - Fig gorgonzola pockets

Posted by Claudia Moser on 6:25 AM in , ,

Don't ask me how I came up with this idea, cos I honestly don't know. I just remember that on Saturday I saw the figs looking out towards me and I thought: gorgonzola would suit them. Thus Sunday afternoon I baked these pockets, pretty easy.

I took 3 figs, cut them into 4.

I took 6 squares of ready made french dough and put a bit of beaten egg on them in order to fix the 2 pieces of figs and then on top a bit of gorgonzola. A bit of salt and pepper and ready to bake.

Fast 12 minutes in the oven at 120 degrees, et voila!

It tasted delicious and I could not resist to share the recipe with you, enjoy!



I love figs and Gorgonzola. A winning combination and your pastry squares look yummy!

That looks so yummy

@Ladies - all I can say they were gone in seconds :)

Ooooh, these would be so yummy as a lazy Sunday brunch treat! Even with some crispy bacon... mmmm!

@Linda - well yes, bacon would suit the combination!

Yum - my 2 loves, figs and gorgonzola. Love your tasty tuesdays!

@Michelle - let me see what I will come up with next week!

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