Purple figs - who knew! Native to Turkey, they slowly spread throughout the mediterranean region including Spain; Spaniards then brought them to Mexico in the 16th century; Franciscan monks brought the dark purple fruit to San Diego-area missions in the 1800s and thus were named Mission figs... now grown in Texas, California, Lousiana, Georgia, and Alabama... ~ Инжир
Dwarf trees that are commonly available include nectarine, olive, pear, peach, apricot, apple, cherry, fig, citrus and quince.A dwarf tree could be 8-10 feet however a miniature tree remains between 6-8 feet keeping it smaller.
Of the hundreds of fig varieties grown, the amber-colored Calimyrna, from California, is most common in the United States. This is the kind we've used in our recipes. Black Mission figs, which are a little less sweet, are also widely available.
Royal Black Figs, watercolour, Elsie E Lower, 1912 (via U.S. Department of Agriculture Pomological Watercolor Collection. Rare and Special Collections, National Agricultural Library, Beltsville, MD 20705)
Fig & Spiced Goat Cheese Tart - A "dessert" for all the cheese lovers out there. Ripe figs are piled into a flaky crust on top of sweet and savory spiced goat cheese, then topped with honey and pistachios. | foxeslovelemons.com
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How to Make Anjeer and Dry fruit Barfi A healthy and delicious sugar free fig and dry fruit barfi- easy to make and have a long shelf life- Perfect recipe to try this Diwali