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Tasty Tuesday - Poached pears

Posted by Claudia Moser on 6:32 AM in ,


2 pears
1 cup of brown sugar
150 ml of red dry wine
lemon zest from 1 lemon
juice from one lemon
1 cinnamon stick

Preparation:

Peel, halve and core pears and set them aside.

Combine wine & sugar in a large saucepan over medium heat - stir for 5 minutes until sugar is fully dissolved. Add the cinnamon, the lemon zest and the lemon juice. Add the pears and simmer for 25 minutes.

Take them out and let them cool. Serve with vanilla sauce and some blackberries.

Enjoy!

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8 Comments


That looks yummy, Claudia. So fresh and light.


This looks delicious my mouth is watering just looking at the photo.


Just my kind of dessert! Not too heavy. Looks delicious.


We planted blackberries last year. We hope to have a crop in the spring.
Our pear trees were loaded, but the weather was screwy this spring, we didn't get to eat the first pear :(


Sounds delicious!


Looks completely edible! Scrumptious.


That looks yummy :)


@Desiree - it was very nice, I will for sure repeat it!
@Luan - an easy recipe, you should try it!
@Diane - exactly my point!
@Rick - lucky you, there is nothing as fresh berries!
@Laura - it was!
@Belle - thank you :)
@Eva - sadly too fast gone!

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