Prosciutto Wrapped Gorgonzola Stuffed Figs

Prosciutto Wrapped Gorgonzola Stuffed Figs
The other day I came across some nice looking figs at the market and they immediately reminded me of a pin that I had recently made on pinterest for figs with gorgonzola and speck and I could not resist picking some up so that I could try the recipe! Sweet figs and tangy gorgonzola are a fabulous flavour combination that I have used many times and I was immediately taken with the idea of wrapping them in a salty cured ham! Not only do we have the fig, gorgonzola, and prosciutto flavour combination going but they are baked until the cheese starts to melt and the prosciutto gets nice and crispy on the edges making it even better! What an perfect appetizer for any occasion!

*Gorgonzola is a blue cheese and gorgonzola docle is a younger version that is milder, softer and creamier and it can be replaced by any other mild blue cheese.

*Prosciutto is an Italian cured ham and you can replace it with another thinly sliced cured ham such as speck, pancetta, serrano, etc.

Prosciutto Wrapped Gorgonzola Stuffed Figs
Just look at all of that melted blue cheese oozing out! Heaven by the mouthful!

Prosciutto Wrapped Gorgonzola Stuffed Figs

Prosciutto Wrapped Gorgonzola Stuffed Figs

Sweet figs stuffed with creamy and tangy gorgonzola, wrapped in salty prosciutto and baked until the gorgonzola starts to melt and the edges of the prosciutto get nice and crispy.

Servings: makes 4 servings

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes

Printable Recipe
  • 8 large figs
  • 8 teaspoons gorgonzola dolce or other blue cheese
  • 8 slices prosciutto or other thinly sliced cured meat
  1. Cut slits in the sides of the figs, stuff each with a teaspoon of the gorgonzola and wrap with the prosciutto.
  2. Bake in a preheated 400F oven until the just cheese starts to melt, about 3-5 minutes.

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Marie Matter said...

oh my goodness... these look sooo good! my stomach just growled looking at them :)

Anonymous said...

These look heavenly! You always take awesome pictures of your creations


Jen said...

Wow! This looks AMAZING! Can't wait to make this tomorrow. Thanks so much!

Joanne said...

I actually came across figs at whole foods this weekend and was very confused because I thought they were seriously out of season! I should have picked some up so I could have made this!

Lauren Averill said...

Kevin, I am new to your blog, and absolutely thrilled to have found you! Your recipes are fabulous and your photos exquisite!
Here's a question: Do you know of any prosciutto product that doesn't have nitrates or nitrites? I would be forever grateful for your reply.

Christin@FortMillSCLiving said...

Yum! I haven't come across any figs recently, but if I do I'm definitely going to make these.

Unknown said...

My don't those look good! I have prosciutto and the gorg just need to get some figs.

Unknown said...

My don't those look good! I have prosciutto and the gorg just need to get some figs.

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Extra ordinary!

Bev Weidner (Bev Cooks) said...


Brown Sugar said...

I had these once before and was determined to make them myself because they were SO delicious. I couldn't find fresh figs, but I was on a mission and became obsessed and careless.
Extremely Important Note: Never use dried figs.

Gabriel Raslik said...

Interesting. With Gorgonzola is delicious

Rocky Mountain Woman said...

Elegant and easy, what more could you ask for in the next two months?

Kelly Senyei (Just a Taste) said...

WOW! I can almost taste the amazing mashup of salty prosciutto and sweet figs. And the gorgonzola? What's not to love!?

Anonymous said...


While I'm sure that these are extremely tasty, I must say that this is the most putrid, unappealing looking recipes you've ever posted. Love your blog though. Keep up the great work.


Anonymous said...

If you are not a fan of blue cheese, goat's curd is an excellent substitute in this recipe. A drizzle of vincotto or reduced balsamic when serving is also nice if your figs aren't perfectly ripe.

Kevin said...

Anonymous: A drizzle of reduced balsamic vinegar would be a fantastic addition!

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