Photo: John Autry; Styling: Cindy Barr
Hands-on Time
7 Mins
Total Time
7 Mins
Yield
4 servings (serving size: 1 sandwich)

Sweet fig preserves balance the tartness of the plums. Choose red or purple plums with bright, unblemished skin that are firm and plump to the touch.

How to Make It

Step 1

Combine first 3 ingredients, stirring with a whisk; set aside.

Step 2

Spread 3/4 ounce cheese evenly over each bread slice; divide arugula, plum wedges, and prosciutto evenly over sandwiches. Drizzle each sandwich with about 1 tablespoon fig preserves mixture.

Chef's Notes

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Ratings & Reviews

RachelOrz's Review

amyliz1690
June 17, 2013
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cmsanna6's Review

RoniGriffin
July 11, 2012
The combination of all these ingredients was spectacular. Instead of toasting the bread, I grilled it with a bit of olive oil on the barbeque. Yummy!

MeganGomez's Review

jmeleeS
June 11, 2012
Very good! I substituted strawberry preserves for the fig, used an herbed goat cheese, thinly sliced the plum instead of cutting wedges, and served open-faced like the picture. I really like the combination of the peppery arugula with the sweet jam and tangy ginger, and the creaminess of the cheese with the richness of the prosciutto balances out the other bright flavors. Quite rich ~ one slice of bread with the toppings was enough for a meal. As another reviewer said, this would be an excellent appetizer on crostini!

Buklbny's Review

MeganGomez
August 15, 2011
We loved these! I made them on little baguette slices, and my husband and I both think they would make impressive appetizers, done on a crostini.

amyliz1690's Review

AMBlair
August 03, 2011
I didn't find fig preserves at the grocery store, and I knew that this would be the only recipe I'd use them for, so I decided to skip them. The flavors all worked well together. My only complaint was that 'wedges' were too big, and made the sandwich really messy.

RoniGriffin's Review

cmsanna6
July 27, 2011
Wasn't crazy about the fig preserves--but i'm not a fig person. May be better with just a drizzle of reduced balsamic vinegar. But the recipe was really tasty otherwise.

jmeleeS's Review

Buklbny
July 21, 2011
I would never think of making this again - I'm sorry to say that it was disaster on a plate and defintiely didn't work as a sandwich. We ended up trying to eat it as a salad, which was a lot less messy, but the whole mix of ingredients did not work for me at all. The fig preserves were such a waste as I wouldn't use them again (way to sweet for me) in anything, and the preserve dressing mixed with the goat cheese was an awful combination of flavors in my opinion. I immediately threw out this recipe without even asking how my husband liked / didn't like it - it was never going to go in another weekly meal plan for me.

AMBlair's Review

RachelOrz
July 01, 2011
I don't consider myself a "sandwich person," but figured with the combination of fig preserves, ginger, proscuitto and goat cheese, how could you possible go wrong? You can't. This was absolutely divine and I will make it often!