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Recipe for Fig Pizza from Caromb

Hilda Stearn admits that Caromb was not always in her life, but she thanks her mother for getting her to visit originally.  Now, Hilda and her husband travel to Provence as often as possible (when work permits). Hilda who is one to make friends easily has befriended Carola and not just because she has some fabulous fig trees.

Here is what Hilda shared along with a recipe for Fig Pizza.

My good friend Carola has the most amazing fig trees in her garden. Twice a year they are laden with fruit and she has become something of an expert in creating new ways of eating this healthy crop.

Hilda tells us that this easy recipe now features on the menu of the pizza van in Caromb!

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Fig Pizza
An easy recipe for one or to share (if you must) as an appetizer.
Fig pizza ingredients #Recipe #Figs #Pizza @Hildast
Fig Pizza
An easy recipe for one or to share (if you must) as an appetizer.
Servings Prep Time
1Person 10Minutes
Cook Time
10Minutes
Servings Prep Time
1Person 10Minutes
Cook Time
10Minutes
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Coat the pizza base with olive oil and a layer of thickly sliced figs.
  2. Top with grated cheese, rosemary and black olives.
  3. Cook in a hot oven (400F) for about 10 minutes until the cheese has bubbled. Slice and serve.
Recipe Notes

A simple yet stunning creation that is great as an hors d’oeuvre or simple lunch served with a salad.  The list of ingredients is small and it takes about 10 minutes to prepare this flavorful dish. After about 10 minutes in a medium/hot oven it is ready to eat!!

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Hilda Stearn

Hilda Stearn

Hilda is a co-founder of a Kent-based business development consultancy Ministry for Growth and manages the Thames Valley office. Working with a diverse range of clients from start-ups to established businesses provides a truly varied working week. She is passionate about supporting ambitious companies to be successful and is recognised for her collaborative approach. Hilda is renowned locally for her skill in bringing potential business partners together. She is currently a volunteer business adviser for Young Enterprise and participating in this year’s Global Entrepreneurship Week by mentoring a new business based in Buckinghamshire.

Hilda is fortunate to be able to balance work with regular trips to Provence where she continues to find new hidden gems that she readily shares with friends and her followers on Twitter (below) or via Ministry for Growth .

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