Servings: six to eight.
I like to grill these figs just as dinner is winding down. They take only a couple of minutes to prepare and since they’re cooked over a low flame, you can use the last dying embers of a charcoal grill (or just switch on the gas grill).
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The icecream, honey & mint were a refreshing combination but the figs were just "ok". The positive is that this wasn't overly sweet. I wouldn't do the figs again.
Very nice. I didn't have the mint and I used frozen vanilla yogurt/ice cream blend but other than that I followed it exactly. Almost burnt the bottoms so don't take your eye off it while grilling!
We grilled these after a wonderful supper of seafood kabobs. We didn't have vanilla ice cream, but used mint chocolate chip instead. This sauce is amazing and the fresh mint leaves really complimented the mint chocolate chip ice cream! Quick and easy!
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