Fig Tornado

This is my version of a “Fig Tornado”.
The fig tornado are rye, fig and walnuts sticks from a fantastic bakery called “La Main qui Pense” in Japan, near where I used to live.
I loved them soooooo much, so I had to try to make them!

This is my first attempt at a fig tornado and it turned out to be pretty good! Quite close to how I remember them.
I love the smell of rye and the crunchiness of dry figs and walnuts!! They were so good when I had them, still warm, straight out of the oven. Yummmm

I could put a bit more dry figs and chop them up a bit smaller to make it easier to shape the sticks. I should also spend a bit more time shaping them to achieve a better look?
Anyway, it is a really good, healthy snack. My mesdemoiselles loved them too.  🙂

I will definitely be making this again and again.

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FIG TORNADO

100g of High grade/Strong flour

75g of whole meal flour (stone ground)

75g of Rye flour

100g of Prune starter   <40%>  (or 1/4 tsp of Instant dry yeast)

5 g of Honey <2%>

4g of Salt  <1.6%>

8g of Butter <3.2%>

100g of Walnuts , roasted, chop finely

100g of  Dry fig , chop finely

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