Figs in Syrup
Two-ingredient recipe for Figs in Syrup that will preserve this delicate fruit at the end of summer so you can enjoy it all during winter.
Wash the figs and insert a toothpick in each of them several times.
In a saucepan, add the sugar and the water. At low heat, bring to a simmer.
Carefully add the figs and let them simmer for 10 minutes (still at low heat).
Turn the heat off and let them cool completely.
At low heat, bring to a simmer again. Let them simmer for an extra 20 minutes.
Once the figs look semi-transparent covered in syrup and the syrup is think enough (and darker colour), taka them to a sterilized jar. Pour the syrup on top and close firmly.
: Make sure to choose ripe figs, but not super firm. If they are too soft, they may lose their shape while simmering.
: These preserved figs last months in a dark and cool place.
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