Thursday, September 18, 2008

RECIPE: Fig and Tawny Port Compote

I concoted this simple compote as an accompaniment to terrine of Foie Gras and Cabrales cheese for a get together at my house. It was a breeze to make and worked really well with both items.


5 dried figs, stems removed and chopped into a medium dice
1 cup of tawny port


Place the figs and tawny port in a sauce pan over medium heat and reduce until the mixture has a thick syrupy consistency.


Orlando Food Blog said...

This is a phenomenal compote. I tried it with some foie and your absolutely right. It works really well and I can't wait to make it myself.

Jeremy Hilton said...

I'm glad you enjoyed it @orlandofoodblog! You're right, it is delicious, plus it is soooo simple to make!