Figs are native to Turkey and about 70% of their total fig production is dried and exported globally. Turkey's hot climate is ideal for growing figs and they account for about 40% of global fig production each year. Turkish figs are dried whole in the sun and are ideal for cooking with, dipping in chocolate or cut up and mixed with nuts and other dried fruits. http://ceciliasfarm.co.za/product/turkish-figs-2/
Fig Chips…RECIPE 4-6 medium figs —- Makes 2-4 cups 1. Preheat oven to 425 degrees. 2. Using a chef’s knife, thinly slice figs 1/8”-1/4” thick. 3. Place the figs on a lined sheet tray. 4. Bake until figs are dry, about 5-10 minutes. Let figs cool on tray.
Our nougat is handmade in our factory in small batches and is flying off the shelf here in our Farm Shop… But with our delicious cranberries and Californian almonds in, and a creamy white chocolate base it really is so good we’re not that surprised! http://ceciliasfarm.co.za/product/cranberry-almond-nougat-2/
Peeled Snacks GoFigure ® - Fig, Date & Apricot | The intense, rich flavor of our gently-dried organic figs, dates and apricots makes GoFigure feel like an indulgent treat. The complex natural sugar of these fruits will help boost your energy levels and leave you feeling satisfied. No sugar, oil or preservatives added.
Egyptian recipe: kofta. I normally brown the kofta on top of stove then I add half a cup of water and when it starts to boil I cover the pan and continue cooking in a 370 F preheated oven for 20m then uncover for 15m or until completely dry - I also prefer to add 1tsp or more of allspice to every lb of ground meat
Our sweet Turkish apricots come from the Malatya region in Turkey.This apricot variety has reached its most delicious and sophisticated form in the alluvial soils of Malatya, which is nourished by water from the ice caps of the Anatoly Mountains that feed the tributaries of the Euphrates. Other than the different flavour profiles, what makes these apricots different from the. http://ceciliasfarm.co.za/product/turkish-apricots-2/
We have always had prunes here on Koelfontein, but over the years the prune trees started making way for other fruit to the extent that today we have only one prune orchard left. The D’Agen prune block of half a hectare is actually the smallest and oldest orchard on the farm. Most of our prunes come from Chile these days. Chile has been producing prunes for over 70 years now, and has about 15,000 hectares of farmland under prune cultivation in the. http://ceciliasfarm.co.za/product/prunes/