Thursday, 28 July 2016

Tartine with fresh fruits

Fig harvest time started in my front garden this week. When ever I walk by, I can find one or two ones, that turned a lovely colour and start to drop from the tree. That tree is a dwarf, but has enough fruit to take me through two weeks. And second harvest for late fall is showing too, because lots of tiny figs are on the tree for that season.

What to do with  that one? And I bought some small flat peaches and had an apricot left. Make a fruit salad? No, I was to hungry for that and baked fruit combined with warm bread, cheese and ham sounded much better.

1 piece of Baguette
1 rec onion
1 spring onion
1 tbsp olive oil
2 flat peaches
1 apricot
1 fig
6 slices of smoked Bavarian cheese
2 slices of raw Black Forest ham
1 tsp butter
1 tbsp Sriracha
some fresh green herbs
salt and pepper

Chop the onions and fry them in the olive oil, take them out of the pan.
In the same pan saute halfed fig, peaches and apricot halfs until they get some colour.
In a griddle pan, grill the lengthwise sliced buttered bread until it has some dark lines.
Top with smoked cheese, ham and hot fruits and add the onions on top with a bit of green.
Season with salt and pepper.
Serve with some sriracha

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