Figs in yogurt pudding

Once Nigella had served Figs with sweetened yogurt during one of her summer sessions. But I associate figs with winter. Although they are available round the year, I see the better crop only now. They are also supposed to keep us warm and are very rich in dietary fibre. Considering I was making this for winter, I had to make it in the warm form. The result was awesome! I served it after a hearty malaysian meal.




Ingredients (for 3 -4 servings)
4-5 Fresh figs
2 cups hung curd/ yogurt
1/2 cup sweet condensed milk
1/2 cup icing sugar (optional)
Method
1) Wash and cut the figs in quarters and place in individual bowls.

2) In a bowl, mix the hung curd (drain it as much as possible) and condensed milk and make a homogeneous mixture. Taste and check for sweetness, if required add icing sugar 1 tspn at a time and check for appropriate sweetness.
3) Pour it to cover the the figs sufficiently

4) Bake in preheated oven placed in a baking pan filled with little water for 15 min. Or microwave for  min on high (keep a watch)

Let it stand for while in switched off oven/ microwave and then serve. Add chopped nuts if required.

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16 responses to “Figs in yogurt pudding

  1. Nice one P, good to have run the BM with you!

  2. Very interesting dessert..

  3. Super delicious and inviting pudding.

  4. Yummy pudding..Glad to have found your space through the BM

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  5. I love figs and this is awesome.
    Thanks

  6. yummy desert.nice clicks.

  7. This is an interesting recipe….must have tasted awsum….bookmarked as my hubby loves fresh figs and we have a fig tree at home:)

  8. This one must have been a decadent dessert.

  9. Looks very tempting. The figs are so versatile..

  10. looks so delicious,actually I haven't eat or seen Fig (only in pics)…But I am sure it is a tasty fruit!!
    Thanks a lot for linking with Midweek Fiesta.Hope to see you on next week too….
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