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Dried Turkish figs 1 kg

£11.00*

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  • Dried Turkish figs
  • For snacking, baking and further processing
  • High fibre content (9.2 g/100 g)
  • Sweet taste no added sugar
  • Refine your muesli, cake, bread and more
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Available, delivery time 6-7 days

BBD: 13.09.2023

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More appearance than reality? The fig is a so-called "false fruit"! This means that it does not form from a flower, but from inflorescence (which is turned inwards). The actual fruits are the tiny seeds in the flesh. What is absolutely not just appearance: the dried fig's heavenly taste! The fig does not only look juicy, delicious and beautiful but also convinces through and through with a honey-sweet aroma. By the way, this flavour comes out even better in the dried fig version. That's why we have prepared a 1 kg pack of this sweet sin for you. Believe us, you will love these little fruits! Buy 1 kg of organic dried Turkish figs in the UK now!

True art: the fig leaf

KoRo history lesson: The fig is the first plant mentioned by name in the Bible. Surely you have seen paintings or statues from earlier times in which the ladies and gentlemen are covered with nothing more than a fig leaf. The leaf of the fig tree was used in visual art to cover the genitals of naked persons. By covering one's own nakedness, it served to overcome feelings of shame and was even added to paintings afterwards or during the restoration of antique statues. Crazy, isn't it? But figs are not only good for covering genitals, its also available in many varieties as white snack figs or figs covered in chocolate

KoRo's best dried figs are a hit

Luckily, our bulk pack contains several dried figs, because they disappear faster than you can say "fig". The noble fig originally comes from the Arab region, but is now cultivated throughout the Mediterranean. When ripe, the fig has a stunning colour: blue-purple and beautifully red and yellow in the middle. This typical colour changes to brown when dried, but this does not diminish its honey-like taste. The fruit is in season from late summer to late autumn; fortunately, in our shop it is available all year round. Drying preserves the delicious fruity flavour. During drying, the fruit sugar and juice crystallise, which gives the dried fig its delicious sweetness, without any added sugar. This not only goes well with desserts, but also harmonises excellently with savoury food. It works a fig jam an other things: Lots of dried fig recipes are also available in our food journal

Types of figs: Dried figs, fig chutney, fig liqueur, bacon wrapped figs

Figs are a beloved ingredient in many different dishes due to their great looks and sweet flavour. At KoRo, you can find all types of figs in many different shapes, sizes and combinations: we have freeze-dried figs, figs covered in chocolate or fig and walnut bars. You can also find wild figs, snack figs and fig bread in our selection. We love our Turkish figs in muesliporridgecakedipsalads and of course pure, as a tasty snack. Order our signature 1 kg value pack of dried figs online for the UK now.

Average nutritional values per 100 g
Calorific value (in kj/kcal) 1045 / 249
Fat 0.9 g
thereof saturated fatty acids 0.1 g
Carbohydrates 64 g
thereof sugar 48 g
Dietary fiber 9.2 g
Protein 3.3 g
Salt 0.03 g
Product number: FEIG_002
Origin Turkey
Content 1 kg
Manufacturer KoRo
EAN/GTIN 4260335831328
Data sheet Specification
Nutrition traces Nutrition traces
Shipping Delivery time outside of Germany
Company KoRo Handels GmbH
Hauptstraße 26, 10827 Berlin
Storage Advice Store in a cool and dry place. Protect from heat
Ingredients 100% dried figs
Cross contamination May contain traces of GLUTEN, SOYBEANS, NUTS, PEANUTS, MILK (LACTOSE), SESAME and SULPHUR DIOXIDE (SULFITES).
Best before date 13.09.2023
Trade Name Dried figs from Turkey
Press & Resellers Download cropped photo
Questions & answers: Dried Turkish figs 1 kg
Our dried figs from Turkey may contain traces of gluten, soy, nuts, almonds, peanuts, milk (lactose), sesame and sulfur dioxide (sulfites), as they may come into contact with these very during production.
Above all, we value a balanced diet! But of course we can tell you more details about the nutritional values of Turkish dried figs: They have 249 kcal and 64 g of carbohydrates per 100 g. With 9.2 g/100 g they also have a high fiber content. You can always find all the information about the ingredients and nutritional values listed directly next to the product in the store.
If you do not snack them pure, you can prepare all sorts of things with the figs, because fig recipes are a dime a dozen! Besides the classic "figs with goat cheese" or "wrapped in bacon", many do not want to do without their fig mustard, their fig-orange jam or their fig sauce. But there's more! Fig curry dip, fig chutney, fig cream cheese, fig cake, energy bar or delicious tarte flambée - the fig is a welcome guest and feels at home almost everywhere. Have you ever eaten a fig walnut bread? Delicious! Cutting dried figs and making your own tasty bread isn't that hard. You realize we can't stop with great cooking and baking inspiration. There are just too many! A sweet fig dessert for dessert, or simply cut our Turkish figs in your muesli or porridge - the creativity has no limits!
Even during pregnancy you do not have to give up the fig snack (in normal quantities). But always talk to your gynecologist if you have any questions. And remember: enjoyment in moderation, not in masses!
The shelf life of your figs is indicated by the best before date, which you will find on your package. Store your dried figs in a cool (10 - 15°C), dry and dark place.
Good news for Bello, bad news for you: You may have to share your Turkish figs with your four-legged friend. Because even dogs are allowed to snack on dried figs from time to time.

Varieties & Origin

Brown Turkey

This variety can reach a length of up to 10 cm. They are reddish-brown fruits, which have a shape similar to pears. Brown Turkey is a global variety of fig.

Cultivation by country in tons
Country Tons
Türkei 310000
Ägypten 225295
Marokko 153472
Iran 130328
Algerien 114092
Spanien 51600
Syrien 43015
USA 43015
Tunesien 24619
Afghanistan 24319

Figs are originally from the orient and were among the first crops. Today, there are over 700 varieties of figs, which are now widely grown around the Mediterranean. Botanically speaking, figs are part of the mulberry plants. The total global fig harvest was 1.315.600 in 2019, 24% of which from Turkey, the world's leading fig producer.

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Birgit A.  | 13.08.2022

must not be missing in my pantry

They are visually beautiful, but the taste was once much better. but is clear that food can never taste equally good.

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Silke A.  | 12.08.2022

You have won me as a regular customer

Very fast delivery, very well packaged and damn tasty

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Monika R.  | 03.08.2022

Very tasty good fruit

Very tasty good fruit

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Bettina R.  | 23.07.2022

will buy again

Very tasty, not too sweet. Top quality, good price

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Yohann G.  | 02.07.2022

Trop bon !

Super delicious fig that stays good thanks to its vacuum bag

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Sarah F.  | 01.07.2022

Toll

Juicy, delicious, do not stick.

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Angelika C.  | 20.06.2022

That was nothing

I think they are terrible. Was looking forward to soft and fruity-sweet, got mushy, sticking together and tasteless. Well, tastes are different, I prefer the dwarf figs and freeze-dried figs, they are delicious.

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Elke M.  | 18.06.2022

Brilliant fig quality, will order again.

I love figs, whether fresh or dried. Try therefore again and again different. The best and juiciest, although they are dried!, I have discovered at KoRo.

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Tatjana U.  | 07.06.2022

Again and again with pleasure

Already ordered several times Quality convinced

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Julia P.  | 07.05.2022

Very good!

Very good!

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