Recipes, Benefits And Uses Of Dried Figs

Figs are delicious and highly nutritious but often only available in dried form because fresh figs do not transport well and have a short shelf life. They are grown in many areas across the world but traditionally from the Middle Eastern, North African and Indian regions. The trees are also popular in botanical circles for their decorative root structures, wide-reaching branches and bonsai suitability, which has aided in their global spread.

Nutritional Benefits Of Dried Figs

Dried figs have a delicious flavour but are also high in fiber and manganese.

Where Are Dried Figs From?

Dried figs are grown throughout the world with the main cultivation areas being Northern Africa, Middle East, India, and North America. Our figs are imported from Turkey.

Dried Figs

How To Use Dried Figs

Figs are often used in preserves and jams but also go well in salads, desserts and baking recipes. Whole figs are often eaten on their own as a snack or as part of a dried fruit and nut mix.

Recipes Using Dried Figs

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