The perfect party appetizer for the holidays made with lean beef tenderloin, creamy yogurt, garlicky crostini, and topped with dried figs.
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Woot woot it’s Friiiiiiidaaayyyyy! I’m taking a trip down to Birmingham this weekend and looking forward to checking out some new places along with some of the usual favorites. I hope you all have some awesome plans for the weekend, too!
I have another delicious siggi’s® recipe for you today and must say that this is one of my favorite recipes I’ve made recently because it just exceeded all expectations. Seriously. The idea of yogurt and beef tenderloin together may seem odd but trust me on this one. This is a must-try recipe for upcoming holiday gatherings and parties.
The siggi’s® Fig & Lemon Zest yogurt stole my heart when I first tried it at the Food & Nutrition Conference & Expo this year. Probably has something to do with my general love for figs and it being 4% milkfat, which is the richest of all the siggi’s® yogurts. A 4.4 ounce container is 120 calories with 5 grams of fat, 8 grams of sugar, 10 grams of protein, and 15% the recommended daily value for calcium! You can find this flavor at Whole Foods stores.
siggi’s® thick and creamy Fig & Lemon skyr (pronounced skeer) is a perfect match for the tender beef and garlicky, crunchy french bread. Each piece of toasted bread gets a dollop of the yogurt before being topped with a slice of beef tenderloin and dried fig! Hopefully your bread won’t have as many large air pockets as mine did…makes it a bit messy but still tasty 🙂A satisfying & surprising party appetizer for #holiday gatherings featuring @siggisdairy #ad Click To Tweet
You can find all of the Recipe Reduxer’s siggi’s® recipes in the gallery below for plenty of holiday inspiration! And if you missed my Raspberry Pomegranate Icelandic Martini recipe from earlier in the week, just click here.
Will any of these recipes featuring siggi’s® be gracing your holiday table?