Dried, light figs. The largest assortment. Untreated. The fruits are beautifully juicy.
The drying of the figs takes place as a natural process on the tree, so the unique aroma is very well preserved.
Due to the high carbohydrate content, the figs are slightly more energetic than other fruits. They are a good source of our bone mineral calcium, potassium and are rich in vitamin B. .
The dried figs have a higher energy content (247 kcal/100 g) due to the lower water content (23 %). The content of fibre, vitamins and minerals is also 2-3 times higher than that of fresh figs.
Fig jam with red wine < br />< br />
250 g dried figs
500 ml water
400 ml dry red wine
500 Gielier sugar 2:1
1 tsp grated peel of untreated orange
1 teaspoon grated rind of an untreated lemon
3 tablespoons lemon juice
1 pinch cinnamon
some vanilla (vanilla sticks art.no.6650 or 1 drop vanilla oil art.no.4315)
Chop or puree the dried figs very finely. Then bring the figs to the boil with water, lemon juice and all spices and simmer for a few minutes. Stir in the preserving sugar and finally add the red wine. Bring everything to the boil again quickly and let it boil for 5 minutes. Do not forget to stir.
Fill everything immediately into glasses.
The glasses should be upside down for a few minutes so that the figs are well distributed in the glass.
A treat for a special breakfast.
average nutritional values / AVERAGE NUTRITIONAL VALUE (in 100g)
FUEL VALUE / ENERGY (in kj): 1032
FUEL VALUE / ENERGY (in kcal): 247
protein / protein: 3.9 g
KOHLENHYDRATE / CARBOHYDRATES: 54 g
THEREOF SUGAR: 51.8 g
fat / fat: 1,3 g
SATURATED FATTY ACIDS: 0.144 g
ROHFASER / RAW FIBRE: 12.9 g
BREAD UNITS: 5,7