Poached pears in Vermouth

The other day we went for lunch with work and in the menu that they prepared for us, there was 2 deserts to choose from: tiramisu and poached pears in wine. As I really don’t like tiramisu due to the coffee flavour, I thought i’d try the pears. And in fact I loved it, I didn’t have it for so long that I didn’t remember the taste.

So I thought I had to make my own and I tried with Vermuth instead of wine. Accompanied by a mascarpone cream was just perfect to balance the tastes.

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What do you need?

  • 4 pears
  • 1/2l of Vermuth (can easily be replaced by wine)
  • Vanilla
  • Orange
  • 2 tablespoon of honey
  • 80g of mascarpone
  • 4 tablespoon of the wine sauce after it cooked fully
  • Vanilla extract (1 spoon)
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Steps:

  • Heat up the vermouth in a saucepan
  • After 5mn, add the honey and stir in
  • Add the orange that you can previously separate in 4 quarters
  • Peal the pears and add them in the sauce pan.
  • Stir in every 10mn on all sides and cook for around 1hr.
  • They should have taken the color of the wine on all faces
  • Let cool in the fridge
  • Prepare the mascarpone cream
  • Mix the mascarpone with the vanilla and 4 table spoon of the pears wine sauce
  • Form with 2 table spoon and put on side of the pear when you will serve.
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Author: GregousFood

French boy living in Spain and passionate about cooking and eating good food.

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