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Recipe: Prosciutto wrapped figs the perfect starter

Prosciutto wrapped figs
Prosciutto wrapped figs make a perfect starter for entertaining guests.

With spring now upon us, the time for dinner parties and outdoor entertainment is here and what better way to indulge your guests than with a delicious starter of prosciutto wrapped figs.

This recipe comes from the team at Bundaberg Tourism and will serve up to four people.


  • 4 slices of Barritt's Butchery's award-winning pancetta
  • 4 medium-large fresh figs from Alloway Farm Market
  • 100 grams of goat's cheese


1. Preheat oven to 200 degrees celsius

2. Cut a small slice in the bottom of the figs and shove a knob of cheese into the middle of the fig

3. Wrap pancetta around the fig and secure with a toothpick

4. Place on baking tray and cook until pancetta is crispy – eight to 10 minutes

5. Remove and allow to cool for five minutes before serving

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