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Roasted duck breast with fig jam and sweet potato and butternut mash

Roasted duck breast with fig jam and sweet potato and butternut mash

Roasted duck breast with fig jam and sweet potato and butternut mashA nice meal for St. Serves 43 boneless duck breasts1 kg of sweet potatoes800 g of butternut squashWaterSalt and pepper2 tbsp butter2 dl milk400 g dried figs Direction. Cut the dried figs into small squares, cover with water and soak for a couple of hours, then boil until soft Pour off all the water and blend the figs into a thick cream, then press the fig cream through a sift to get rid of the seeds  Heat oven to 220 degree celsius Peel and cut sweet potatoes and butternut into small squares and set to boil until soft in lightly salted water Score the skin of the duck breasts with a sharp knife and season both sides well with salt and pepperPlace the duck breasts in an oven pan skin-side down and roast in the oven for about 10 minutesTurn the duck breasts and turn down the oven to 200 degree celsiusPour off any excess fat and cook for another 10-15 minutesAllow to rest for 5 minuts before cutting into thick slicesHeat the milkPour off the water from the potatoes and butternut, add butter and heated milk little by little while blending until you have a smooth creamy mash,  add salt if needed          Serve with a full- bodied red-wine
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Roasted Fig & Almond Cake

Roasted Fig & Almond Cake

Caramelized Leek Biscuits, Zucchini Chocolate Chip Muffins, Cinnamon Roll Cookies, Bourbon Peach Jam, Whole Wheat Chocolate Chip Scones, & Brown Butter Pear MuffinsFive Years Ago
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Fig and Coconut Muffins

Fig and Coconut Muffins

Also coincidentally a friend of mine dropped by with a jar of home made fig jam. A couple of weeks back we headed down to a local market and a cute nonna was selling some figs from her backyard
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Beetroot Jam

Beetroot Jam

Just as exciting is breakfast early on Sunday with Lorraine from Not Quite Nigella and Celia from Fig Jam and Lime Cordial
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Fig and lemon drop scones

Fig and lemon drop scones

Fresh blueberries would be a nice accompaniment if you can get them, but if not, any fresh fruit would work - or you could skip the fruit and enjoy these plain or topped with nut butter or jam
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