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Fig focaccia with blue cheese is perfect to be eaten for breakfast, as a snack, or as a starter.
Ingredients for the fig focaccia
1 roll of pizza dough
5 fresh figs
120 g of Gorgonzola cheese (blue cheese)
1 spoonful brown sugar
Preheat the oven to 220°C. Roll out the pizza dough on the table.
Wash the figs, cut them into slices, and add them on the dough.
Add pieces of Gorgonzola cheese and bend the dough’s edges on the figs.
Season with brown sugar and pepper.
Cook the fig focaccia for about 15 minutes, until it gets a brown colour and the cheese is melted. Serve it warm.
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