9 Perfectly Paired Pear Recipes


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9 Perfectly Paired Pear Recipes Posted by admin on August 6th, 2020 10:00 AM Pears been available in a range of shapes, sizes, tastes and also structures– from round as well as oblong, to pleasant, crisp, soft or velvety, making them a great “pear-ing” for a range of foods. 58.9k members in the exercisepostures community. A Fitness Therapist and Dietician. I provide people with some amazing tips on fitness, health. 9 Perfect Pear Recipes for Fall.

Get the recipe: Pears in a Pastry Crust. Pair two seasonal fruits for a warm and comforting treat! Get the recip.

Preheat oven to 350°F. In a 9×13″ baking dish, bake bread slices for 10-15 minutes, until dry. In a large bowl, mix eggs, cream, thyme and salt until.

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View All Start Slideshow. Getty. Pears are a delicious addition to endless sweet and savory recipes.

Preheat oven to 450 degrees F (230 degrees C). Place a baking sheet on the bottom oven rack. Combine sugar, flour, salt, cinnamon, and lemon zest in mixing bowl. Roll out half the pastry and line a 9-inch pie pan.

Arrange pear slices in layers in the pastry-lined. Step outside the apple box—pears make the perfect addition to pies, tarts, and crisps. And best of all, there are tons of varieties to try.

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Combine the pears, cherries, walnuts, butter, 1⁄2 teaspoon of the cinnamon, the nutmeg, and 1⁄4 teaspoon of the salt in a medium bowl until well blended.

“Big Green Egg Cookbook: Celebrating the Ultimate Cooking Experience” by Big Green Egg
from Big Green Egg Cookbook: Celebrating the Ultimate Cooking Experience
by Big Green Egg
Andrews McMeel Publishing, 2010

In a medium mixing bowl, toss the apple and pear slices with the brown sugar, amaretto, nutmeg, and remaining 1⁄2 teaspoon (3 g) salt.

“BakeWise: The Hows and Whys of Successful Baking with Over 200 Magnificent Recipes” by Shirley O. Corriher
from BakeWise: The Hows and Whys of Successful Baking with Over 200 Magnificent Recipes
by Shirley O. Corriher
Scribner, 2008

Seven pounds of plums, three pounds of sugar, one ounce of cloves, one ounce of cinnamon, one quart of vinegar; put a layer of plums and a layer of spice (not powdered) alternately; boil the sugar and vinegar together, and pour over the fruit; the next day boil up all together, and put away for use.

“The Carolina Housewife” by Sarah Rutledge, Anna W. Rutledge
from The Carolina Housewife
by Sarah Rutledge, Anna W. Rutledge
University of South Carolina Press, 1979

Later in this chapter, we serve up three fruit-based recipes: Peach-Blueberry Cobbler, Free-Form Fresh Fruit Tart, and Apple-Pear Crisp.

“Cooking Basics For Dummies” by Bryan Miller, Marie Rama, Eve Adamson
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by Bryan Miller, Marie Rama, Eve Adamson
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Top each braised pear with 1 shard of dehydrated pear skin.

“Atelier Crenn: Metamorphosis of Taste” by Dominique Crenn
from Atelier Crenn: Metamorphosis of Taste
by Dominique Crenn
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2015

Fresh Pear Soufflés Prepare soufflés as directed but prepare pear puree instead of apple puree: In nonreactive 2-quart saucepan, combine 4 cups peeled, cored, and coarsely chopped fully ripe pears (5 to 6 medium), 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice, and 2 teaspoons minced, peeled fresh ginger.

“The Good Housekeeping Cookbook” by Susan Westmoreland
from The Good Housekeeping Cookbook
by Susan Westmoreland
Hearst Books, 2004

Substitute 5 ounces strawberries, hulled and sliced thin, 5 ounces blueberries, and 2 peaches, peeled, halved, pitted, and sliced ¹∕ inch thick, for mango, kiwi, and pineapple.

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from Cook’s Illustrated Cookbook: 2,000 Recipes from 20 Years of America?s Most Trusted Food Magazine
by Cook’s Illustrated
America’s Test Kitchen, 2011

4 In a small bowl, combine the cooled pear mixture, eggs, almond milk, butter, vanilla, and banana; mix well.

“Acid Reflux Diet & Cookbook For Dummies” by Patricia Raymond, Michelle Beaver
from Acid Reflux Diet & Cookbook For Dummies
by Patricia Raymond, Michelle Beaver
Wiley, 2014

Drizzle the pears with the remaining 1 tablespoon (20 g/0.7 oz) honey, place the pan in the oven, and bake them until they are tender,

“Payard Desserts” by François Payard, Rogério Voltan, Tish Boyle
from Payard Desserts
by François Payard, Rogério Voltan, Tish Boyle
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2013

Toss pear with sugar, ¼ teaspoon salt, and ⅛ teaspoon pepper in bowl.

“The Complete Cooking for Two Cookbook: 650 Recipes for Everything You'll Ever Want to Make” by America's Test Kitchen
from The Complete Cooking for Two Cookbook: 650 Recipes for Everything You’ll Ever Want to Make
by America’s Test Kitchen
America’s Test Kitchen, 2014

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  • Hi Danny, I hope you and family are okay in this time. I did make the cake yesterday it’s really good me and my family enjoyed it.
    Im writing to you to thank for the recipe and i would like you to know I exchanged the almond butter for Tahini and it turned out very well.

  • I know this video is kind of old but my mom has pear trees in the back yard and they’re all starting to fall off the tree, she also has peaches falling. Were in Texas so I guess that’s why we got ripe pears so early idk? Dont know much but all of these look so good that I might try tomorrow and get my little brother, who I’m babysitting for summer, to help me.

  • I made this pizza last week; hubby and I LOVE LOVE LOVED IT!!! He took it to work for lunch the next day and he wanted it for dinner again! So I’m making it for the 2nd time tonite! Thank you!

  • Hi.. Can u please tell us from where u r purchasing avocado. I also lived in noida.. 3 times we hv purchased but not got d right one.. Plz tell us..

  • I never thought to combine pears with blue cheese.  And I LOVE blue cheese.  Thanks for these great recipes.  Now I need to go and get one of those melon ballers so I can get to making these.

  • try a “flammkuchen”(don’t know the name in english) its a simple dough made of water, oil and flour, no rising is needed, just work it together, roll it out in a thin layer and top it like the pizza

  • I planted a pear tree this year in my backyard, I can not wait to try this recipe, you come up with such delicious recipes, thank you for sharing!

  • I always wondered why people never talk about pear, I love it so much and I eat it all the time!:) Great recipes! There are many asian desserts that involved boiled, steamed or poached pears, they are delicious:)

  • I missed your recipes! Welcome back. I love pears and this is a wonderful way of cooking them. The combination of ingredients looks amazing and I can’t wait to try this recipe. Thanks for doing this video, sharing your healthy recipes and also for all the nutritional information.
    P.S.: u cut ur pears with so much patience n love ��

  • Is it safe to freeze or store pears or peaches or plums puree as babies don’t eat whole puree at a time or if half fruit puree is made n rest fruit is wasted

  • I made the pizza tonight and it was SO good. I used goat cheese instead of gorgonzola for a bit of a milder flavor and I found one big pear to be enough to cover the whole pizza but I definitely see what you said about losing the pear flavor. Next time I would definitely layer the pear and do two of them. Thanks for sharing this recipe, it is now one of my favorites!

  • Sweet and spicy pear chutney naturally sweetened with dates and tangy-sweet orange juice, with a touch of ginger and aromatic spices — this chutney is simply fabulous! ✿ PRINTABLE RECIPE ▶ https://veganlovlie.com/spiced-pear-chutney-recipe

  • For all you people criticizing her usage of the lemon press…

    That is secret technique #201: it ensures that the lemon won’t become a lime.

  • Sarah, I love you so much right now! Literally.
    Because of you and your tutorials, my man loves me and my hands even more. You brought food, to a whole different level.
    Sending out much love from Bulgaria.
    Continue amazing us with your brilliant creative brain of yours <3

  • You could feasibly serve the dessert pears for dinner with a slice of ham and a side of scalloped potatoes. Don’t forget the keen’s mustard for your ham

  • I want to make this for a dinner party for some friends, however I need to find a substitute for the eggs. One of the ladies has Hashimoto’s. Do you think I could use unsweetened applesauce with maybe a cornstarch or tapioca flour?

  • P.S if I could I would so try every one of your recipes on this channel:) but i can’t because we probably do not have all the ingredients!!����

  • I made the pear pizza yesterday and it was an absolute succes! Everybody at home loved it and it just couldn’t be a better combination with the onions and prosciutto, thanks a lot for the recipe!

  • Everything looks delicious! Would you recommend making all of these recipes in one dinner or will it be too much pear flavor?
    Love your recipes! ❤️

  • Hello dear,,
    My daughter is 5 mnths & i hv introduced her solids before 2 days..
    She is liking apple & pear puree..
    Can i give 2 tyms a day she really enjoys it..

  • Came across your videos & subscribed. I just love your recipes & the energy you bring in each video you make it exciting to make recipes they all look soo yummy & tempting to try. Thanks for sharing with everyone. God bless��������

  • OK I just discovered your channel and am OBSESSED (in a good way lol)! I have been binge watching the vids all evening, completely ignoring the evening chores I wanted to finish lol. This vid in particular just took me over; everything looks to die for. I couldn’t hit the subscribe button fast enough. I will be making everything in this vid. Great channel.

  • I’ve made this and it was a big hit. It even wowed the skeptical! Thank you for this recipe. It’s definitely going in my family cookbook.

  • So happy to receive your notification! I love all your wonderful tips and recipes and pass them along as one of my favorite Vegan YouTubers!!! ��

  • I like the recipe, but I don’t like the way the camera is moving all other videos you have are like more professional!!! It’s not you I donno.. go back, get the old camera man and montages

  • americas have an easy life. store bought pizza dough, store bought coekie dought, canned pumpkin puree… in the netherlands you have to male these things from scratch

  • Wow I just made the pizza and it was awesome, I did change the cheese for brie and it was super good. I called my mom to invite her over next week cause I want her to taste it, thanks for sharing these recipes

  • I’m probably going to make the last one. I’m not a big fan of sweet and savory together. I’m the only one in my family that doesn’t like Hawaiian pizza, lol.

  • I’ve been buying a pear/lemon preserves in my local healthy food store, but this looks so much better. I will have to start collecting all the spices, and give it a try.

  • hi dear I really like mom com.india and I watch ur videos on a regular basis…I need some help from u…I am a radiologist by profession and have just joined my work from today…my kid is 5months old now and I have given him mostly bottle feed similaq IQ plus….I will be starting his weaning next month as he wl turn 6months old…please can u suggest me as to what I should give him first carelac or fruit purees shown in ur videos….what did u Give ur child and how many times a day did u feed ur child with solid food when u started weaning…please kindly reply…thanks…I’d possible can get in touch through instagram

  • This cake is marvelous! I have made it several times and my husband asks when I plan on making it again so he can have some of the Pear Upside Down Cake again!

  • should we sterilize the bowl and spoon in which baby will eat apple puree or other food? as we sterilize baby’s bottle for formula milk feeding.

  • To be honest, I used to press my lemons the way she did until someone told me I was doing it backwards! lol  It’s an easy mistake! C’mon… give her a break! ha ha

  • Lynn, let me tell you that I am an absolute fan of your channel!!! Love watching your recipes! They are amazing! I promise I’ll send you pics once I made one. À bientôt! ������

  • Hi Manasi, I am lil confused about buying Morphin Richards hand mixy.. Yours is to buy or same with steel handle wala good? Plz repky

  • I’ve made your breakfast pear cake, it’s very good.
    My only issue is the cost of the almond butter, it’s so expensive., is there a sub for the almond butter that would work?
    Thanks for sharing ❤️

  • I just LOVE you RECIPES. I DO NOT

  • We are french twins, we love cooking and we offer you guys lots of easy recipes, made with fresh veggies.
    if you are interessed by these kind of videos, please check our channel and make sure to subscribe!

  • This looks and sounds so so delicious! Thank you for the tutorial, you did a great job! I feel so inspired and it started a wonderful conversation about pears and your recipe!

  • I personally didn’t like hand blender because we cannot sterilise it. I’m using the bullet blender all the parts comes off and we can put them in hot water for a while before using it.

  • So good to see you again! What a delicious, zesty use of this delicate tasting fruit; I have no doubt that you have come up with the perfect blend of ingredients to complement, rather than obscure, the peary goodness: ) TFP!

  • Please more gluten free! Found my family have a gluten allergy and as the rest of America, we have always cooked heavily with it. And how to add more veggies into every meal where the kids will eat it. I watch your videos and my kids are not as open an your kids to eating veggies. ��

  • I love these videos bc they actually TEST the recipes, unlike ALOT of other videos and internet recipes.
    I find WAAAYtoo many Failuresloss of time, ingredients and monry

  • Mam pls carrot and sweet potato puree ka video kijiye pls, my baby is 6mnth old, I didn’t start yet any solid, or wo abhi rolling bhi nhi krtA

  • hmmmmm that pizza must be delicious:D
    totally not relevant question though do you have a skin care routine and if you don’t can you please make one because your skin always looks so gorgeous

  • Such a good video the compositions, colour co-ordination et al are all getting better, everything looks beautiful! Looking forward to trying out all three recipes! Thanks for sharing!

  • there are different varieties of walnut. Show was English Walnuts. I have Black walnut growing in my backyard. There is a definite and distinct difference

  • Fabulous recipe! I want to try this. Do you drink the soaking water from the dates? I’ve tried raisin water which is delicious!:)

  • I love really sweat pears but what kind do you use? i’m just asking because your like that kind of person that is a master at cooking even thought i haven’t tried one of your Recipes.:D but keep up the work pleasez.:)

  • Def. trying out that pizza! I noticed you switched up your voiceover a bit, sounds a little more casual and spontanious, really like it!

  • TBH, I’m not a big fan of cooking but your videos are soon inspiring. I actually want to try making all the recipes that you offer on your channel. Also, I think you are very pretty…:D

  • Hii di mera beta 4 month ka h kya Mai use ye de skti hu plz reply di aap reply nhi krte ho plz kyuki vo milk bht km Peeta h mera jiski vjh se uska pet km bhrta h plz di bataiye.

  • Dear Dani I have made lots of your recipies and I love them all thanks. But can you please tell me how much is the one cup that you use in ounces or kg please beacause my cup measures look smaller and I am not in the US so maybe it is different thanks

  • I was just about to say this would taste great with some creme fraiche and then she put some on it! Love ya America’s Test Kitchen because you always read my mind!

  • So I made the pizza tonight and it was good! I think I just would have put less onions, I added garlic and wish I kind of didn’t. Also I probably would have went for maybe a feta cheese. It was just very bold with all of those 3 combined. The pears made it delicious. Don’t get me wrong it was good but a couple things I personally would have done different. Thank you for this video and inspiration though!

  • very nice recipe.But i can’t get any eggs or sugar or flour in my local supermarket.instead Can u teach as how to make a diner with one carrot half an onion and one potato ).Spasibo.

  • Oh my gosh thank you for this recipe. I live in the deep deep south and there are only so many regular fruit trees I can grow. I am definitely going to have to grow a pear tree. Pears are good. I definitely need to find resources to make stuff with them.

  • I have been eating pears all week and they have been delicious! While they are great by theirselves, I have been wanting to try some recipes and these loo great! New subscriber too

  • Hey Dani:) Loved the recipe!! But I have a question: are roasted nuts healthy? I hear that if nut get heated up the fat becomes rancid, and its actually not good for our bodies. Is that true? I see you use Roasted almond butter and you use a lot of nuts for baking so I have this doubt.

  • This is amazing to me. How you got a cake that looks like a sponge without putting any sort of cereal or flour baffles me. I have 2 questions:1) Is the Nut Butter specifically Almond because the Flavour works so well with Pear or because Almond contains some sort of enzyme or other magical quality vital to the ‘set’ of the cake that other Nut Butter’s don’t have in them? (Improbable, probably ��) And, 2) if your Pears (looked like a Williams, Comice or D’Anjou to moi?) had been fully ripe what would all that extra liquid have done to the texture? Anjou & Comice dessert pears (at least that’s what we call them in the UK) can be pretty juicy if properly ripe, so your batter would’ve been way wetter. Would it just have increased the cooking time, or would the middle have been less cake-like and more ‘pudding’-ey? Thank you.

  • Hi. My son is 18months now. From last more than 10 months he has constipation issue, took differnt stool.softerner..some dr suggested to give him.pear purree and juice.. Can you please tell me.for a 18month old can we use skin on pear and also how to get rid of this constipation issue… he is a 32weeker premiee,

  • I can’t comprehend how u make things at home work and make a healthy miracle rather than giving a list of fancy stuff making the recipe expensive and unattainable at regular basis.. and ure very beautifully driven and passionate.. SLAAAAYYYYY!

  • A good gluten-free sub for all-purpose flour is 2/3 white rice flour and 1/3 oat flour BY WEIGHT. Let the batter sit for 30 minutes to resolve the graininess. Works great for cakes, quickbreads, etc.

    Breads are another story, however.

  • those all look so delicious! one thing i love to do with pears is brush them with a bit of balsamic glaze, and toss them on the grill! by the way, i totally agree with you that pears and blue cheese are a match made in heaven!!!

  • Another great video! I like your instructions, they are so clear. I think the leaves cut on top made one of the prettiest finished pies I ever saw! Great work, as always!