When we got to know that figs are not only sweet as candies, but also packed with nutrients offering a variety of potential health benefits, and, most important of all, that they have fewer calories than grapes and tangerines, we filled up our pantry.
The recipes that see the use of the figs are endless and creative, from pairing them with pecorino or goat cheese to the preparation of main dishes. Given their sweetness, we also appreciate their use in the preparation of cakes, like our Fig Crostata with Ricotta cheese.
Let us thank Giuseppe – Vadawine for the amazing morning spent shooting the pictures and videos of this post.
This week, from our colourful box of EatGrim Shop Food, we picked up some juicy plums to prepare an Italian Crostata filled with Frangipane cream. Frangipane is an almond-based cream and created by an Italian noblewoman and member of the Frangipani family. Its sweetness goes very well with the acid-sweet flavour of the plums in our week’s Crostata.
It’s strawberry season! If you go in the city or all around Denmark you can easily buy potatoes, peas and strawberries.
Today we give you a very tasty and lovely cake. The bottom layer is made of pasta frolla (similar to shortbread), the filling is a delicious cream made from ricotta and the top is entirely covered with sweet strawberries, of course!