Everyone has eaten Figolu in their life. Why not make them at home? You’re going to love these fig-filled cookies, yikes!
We love figs! And even more in these cakes that remind us of our early childhood: Figolus! Crispy, melty, greedy, we can’t resist! And if you can’t stand it like us, make it again at home. It’s so easy and so good… it’s a great alternative to rustic rosemary or lemon flavored pies. Do you want originality and celebration? No problem ! Introducing our delicious duck breast and fig rolls, it smells like a delicious aperitif.
A recipe for fig biscuits like Figolu
- 200 g of soft dried figs
- 3 tbsp. water
- 125 g soft butter
- 50 grams of sugar
- 1 C. vanilla extract
- 1 egg
- 200 grams of flour
- 1 pinch of salt
- 20 g ground almonds
Cut the figs into cubes and put them in a blender with water. Mix until a homogeneous mass is obtained. Remove to a bowl, wrap in cling film and leave in a cool place.
Beat the softened butter with the granulated sugar and vanilla extract to make a creamy preparation. Add egg and mix well.
Add the flour, salt and ground almonds and mix to form a ball of dough. Add water if the dough is too dry, or a little flour if it is too sticky. Remove and refrigerate for 30 minutes.
Roll the dough to a thickness of 0.5 cm and cut strips 10 cm wide.
Place the fig dough in the middle of the cookie dough strip and fold over each side to completely cover the fig preparation. Seal the edges well and cut out a 5 cm biscuit.
Bake at 15 to 180°C, then leave to cool on a wire rack before eating.