Not both on the same plate - although I don't see why it can't be done, with the right ingredients in either!
The Plum & Fig Jam came about because of a gift of six figs from Willie - who comments on the blog regularly - and a lack of opportunity to use them in a dessert before they became too ripe to use.
I wanted the jam to have a good colour and had three plums which had seen better days, so combined the two fruits.
Here you see it adorning a little bowl of natural yoghurt - a princely dessert, prepared at a moment's notice. We've since found that it is exceptionally good on Cornish Ice Cream, too!
Now next, we have hubby's second go at Naan Bread. This one, instead of having cumin seeds in the dough, had Kalonji (also known as Nigella or black onion seeds) in the dough. The Kalonji gave the dough a really authentic flavour and these were by far the best Naan he's produced yet.
I think we're both agreed that they could have done with a little more colour from an aesthetic point of view, but they didn't appear to lose anything by way of flavour.
Their soft fluffiness is infinitely preferable to the hard, dry old things you get in the supermarket.