It is an easy, tasteful sweet for the Lent. It doesn’t contain eggs, butter, not even oil, so it’s health and you may eat it during a lent when you cannot consume oil. It doesn’t have cholesterol and is beneficiary for those with constipation problems”.
- 3 strings of dried figs from.
- ½ cup grated walnuts.
- ½ teacup almonds, with their skin, slightly browned, chopped in big pieces.
- ½ teacup sesame slightly browned.
- 1 coffecup sugar brown or white.
- 1 big tablespoon honey.
- 2-3 tablespoons cognac.
- Ground cinnamon, at will
- Ground clove, at will.
- Caster sugar for the wrapping.
- Few drops of seed oil for the shaping.
Cut the fig stem and mince them. If you have and want, pass them through the mince machine. Put them in a bowl with all the other ingredients apart from the caster sugar and the seed oil. Work them well so that they are mixed and they become a lump. On the counter or on marble, drop some drops of seed oil, put there the lump and give it a cylinder shape. Sprinkle a lot of caster sugar and cut into grummets. It is preserved out of the fridge. If you want wrap the grummets in cellophane and serve anytime.