Pears poached in mulled red wine. The dish is extremely easy to make, but the result is rather beautiful—and elegant enoug...
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I make a similar pear dish but I use peppercorns, vanilla pods, bay leaves and brown sugar i addition toy some of your base ingredients.
I poach the green/semi ripe pears (quatered) for about half an hour, then bottle them and leave them for at least a month or two to mature fully.
When I make the next batch I will publish the recipe so everyone can enjoy it.
Thank you very much!
- 4 pears
- 1.5 cups of red dry wine
- cup of sugar
- 3 cups of water
- 1 vanilla pod
- zest of 1 lemon
Peel the pears, leaving the stem
In the saucepan - solve sugar into the water-wine mixture, add zest.
cut the vanilla pod in halfs. add to the pan.
put the pears. simmer in a lowest heat for 1.5 hours.
take out vanilla and discard
take pears out, simmer the syrope for another 40 minutes or until required consistency.
put pears into the portion-size bowls, add the syrope, refregirate for a night.