Grilled Bruschetta with Harvarti, Honey and Figs

The party starts here with this fresh and easy appetizer. Be careful this appetizer is sinfully delicious and can be prepared in under 6 minutes.  The Harvarti cheese is great with the sweet figs and the honey.

Grilled Bruschetta with Harvarti, Honey and Figs
Makes 32 appetizers

Ingredients:
8 5x3x 1/2 inch slices crusty country-style bread
Olive oil
1 8-ounce piece of Harvarti cheese cut into 8 slices
8 ripe fresh figs, stemmed, quartered lengthwise
Dark full-flavored honey
Directions:
Prepare barbecue (medium-high heat).
Brush both sides of bread with oil.  Place bread slices directly on 1 side of grill rack; place sheet of foil large enough to hold bread slices on other side of grill rack.  Grill bread until grill marks appear on bottom, about 3 minutes.  Turn bread slices over and place bread, grilled side down, on foil.  Place 1 cheese slice atop each bread slice; close barbecue and grill bread until cheese melts, about 3 minutes.
Transfer bread to work surface; cut each slice into 4 pieces.  Top each piece with fig slice.  Drizzle lightly with honey and sprinkle lightly with fresh ground black pepper.  
Transfer to a platter and serve.

48 thoughts on “Grilled Bruschetta with Harvarti, Honey and Figs

  1. That seems so nice and refreshing, wondering if you could make a fig martini with that? I am sure your mixologist would come up with something!

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  2. This sounds and looks delicious! Love the flavors with the figs and Harvarti cheese. I could definitely make a meal of this and must try it! Thanks for the recipe!

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  3. I'm hoping I will get a few more fresh figs off of our other fig trees soon. It doesn't take the birds long to find them when they are ripe.Looks good.

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  4. Havarti is sort of my chocolate in many ways. It doesn't last very long at all ;o)Now, paired with fresh sweet figs…I'm now in heaven ;)Great easy recipe that can be a great start to any meal. Personally, I would add a great glass of Rosé wine and call it a day!Flavourful wishes,Claudia

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  5. I love this, Velva, and will be making it just as soon as we have fresh figs in the market. The honey drizzle is the perfect finish.Happy 4th.

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  6. Oh That LOOKS SO GOOD!!!Oh yes… I'm Susan from MyhookandI… I'm a friend on Susan's on here. I just wanted to let you know that I a link on my blog ( myhookandI) for a Yankee Candle coupon that can be printed out if you want to..My favorite scent is Home Sweet home… for now anyway…:-)Have fun shopping!~ Susan

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  7. Oh, my goodness, Velva! I am drooling on my keyboard! Thanks for the sweet anniversary wish; so glad it lead me here! I'm signing up to follow along. Your recipes look great! Happy Fourth!

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  8. Mmm this looks right up my alley. Honey and cheese with a little bit of fruit are always a winning combination!

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  9. My first instinct was to be leery of the figs but you know what I've learned from guava. I denied myself like a dummy all these years. I won't do that with figs. 🙂 Happy 4th!~ingrid

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