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We are going to make a fantastic canapé figs and bacon. So we have some figs here, we are going to peel them because the skin is a little bit fussy, and it is always nice to peel your figs, so I am just very carefully removing the skin here. And then it is very simple, you just have to rub them in bacon. Put the fig in the center and then to maintain the bacon, you just have to use a toothpick and the fig goes in the tray.
We are going to do another one, figs come in two colors, you can find some green ones and you can find the purple ones like that the mission figs. When you choose figs, you have to make sure they are not too hard and you have to make sure they are not too soft. And the last one, and we are ready to bake and we are going to leave the figs and bacon for about eight minutes in the toaster oven and then broil.
Also if you do not have figs, and want to do something similar to it, you can use dates, dates and bacon are really good together. You can hear the sizzling and they look beautiful. The bacon became crispy, the fig cooked with the bacon and it is salty and sweet and it is a great canapé, you may want to make sure you take the real toothpicks out, I am going to add a little bit of fresh black pepper on top of it.
Figs, bacon, broil in a toaster oven, eight minutes and amazing canapé.