Fig with foie gras is a classic match ~ but in the absence of foie gras ~ Simple roast pie is also a good choice ~ crispy tart soft egg milk topped roast figs ~ If there is a spray gun that can make caramel effect, it is better~
Pour the flour into the pot and let the butter soften at room temperature. Cut into small pieces and use your fingertips and fingertips. Slowly and evenly rub the flour and butter in a similar amount of money. Finally, evenly granules / add evenly mixed eggs. There are sugar and vanilla sauce/hand rubbing evenly (do not force too much) / wrap plastic wrap in the refrigerator for 30min
Butter softens but must not become liquid! Add white sugar / stir evenly until the color fades white / add egg yolk / stir evenly / add almond powder / gently mix well (will be very thick state)
Fig slices, a little bit of lemon juice, soaked in the baking sauce, 180 degrees, baked for 3 minutes. This personal grasp is a little dry. Not as much water as the beginning, but not completely dry, no water.
The dough in 1 is taken out of the refrigerator and evenly spread into a brushed mold to trim the edges. Then use a fork to poke the hole in the bottom layer. (You can apply a layer of slightly diluted lemon jam to the bottom and add the egg milk. sauce)
Squeeze the custard sauce and basically only a little bit lower than the edge of the pie.
Put it into a 180 degree oven for 10~15 minutes. To the half-cooked, the pie is already discolored. The egg milk has become solid.
Spread the baked fig pieces and put them back in the oven for 5 to 10 minutes.
For the sake of beauty, you can brush it into a jam. It will look good ~ or sprinkle with sugar and spray it with a spray gun. It is also very good.