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2 ripe Asian pears 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon or spice of choice. Step 1. Very thinly slice pears lengthwise with a mandoline or chef’s knife and place in a single layer on parchment-lined baking sheets. Bake in a preheated 225 degrees oven 1 1/2 hours. Bake pear slices until they are dry to the touch, about 2 hours. Using a small offset spatula, loosen edges of slices; use your hands to peel pears from the sheet, then flip them over.

Return pears to oven; bake, checking frequently, until chips are completely dry and crisp (but not browned), about 20 minutes. Instructions Preheat oven to 325°F. Coat 2 baking sheets with cooking spray. Using a very sharp knife, or slicing blade of a food processor, slice pears and apples into 1/8-inch-thick slices. Preheat oven to 200 degrees F. Slice asian pears very thin from stem to bottom, removing any seeds that stick.

Use a mandolin if you have. Lay slices on two baking sheets lined with parchment paper or a silicone mat. Sprinkle both sides of slices with spice of choice. Bake for 1 hour. Remove from oven and flip.

Drain pears and arrange them on cookie sheets. Sprinkle the spice mixture on the pears and put them in the oven. Check on your pear chips every 30 minutes. Depending on the oven, estimate 1.5 2 hours of continuous bake time. It takes a bit of guess work and sampling to tell when they’re done.

You may want to flip them for the final 30 minutes. 2 large pears. 1 teaspoon maple syrup, or to taste. 2 tablespoons brown sugar. 2 tablespoons butter.

1 teaspoon ground cinnamon. ½ cup vanilla ice cream. Apples and pears are almost always popular, so this warm, comforting dessert recipe is great for potlucks or other get-togethers. I also like to add raisins or chopped nuts to the compote, and for a more adult flavor I add 1/3 cup brandy or.

Easy Baked Pears Dani Carroll. October 02, 2013. 156 A taste of fall, these baked pears are super simple, super in season, and super elegant to wow even your most fancy guest. 2. 2 slightly under-ripe Bartlett pears 1/3 cup apple juice 3 tbsp butter 5 tsp brown sugar 5 tsp honey ½ tsp cinnamon. Baked Pear Chips Turn fresh pears into a crunchy, good-for-you snack and take them to the next level by dipping in chocolate for a decadent and healthy treat.

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  • Hello thxxx for sharing such a creative idea of candied fruits,,I don’t have a. Silicon sheet,can I do this process on normal parchment paper baking sheet,baking paper I mean that we use to line the baking tins

  • LPT cut the apple in half, then place the apple flat side down and cut the fruit, you can cut it much thinner because the fruit doesn’t roll around. It’s also much safer since it’s not rolling. This works well with any round fruit or vegetable.

  • Thanks for sharing. I personally wouldn’t want to use tin foil. What was the temperature again worth repeating. 200°for 4 hours is what time I needed because the cut was thicker

  • May I make a polite suggestion? When you are cutting the fruit, place your cutting board on a damp towel. This will keep the cutting board in place and give you better control of the slicing. (:

  • I had to Pin this video.  I adore pears but they seem to be not ripe enough and then suddenly are too ripe to eat so I stopped buying them.  This sounds like a wonderful way to enjoy them.

  • Thank you so much for sharing the recipe! I’ll be posting the stained glass pears I made (on Instagram) and will be sure to credit you for the amazing idea and recipe!

  • Dear Chef, this is really amazing! I’ve tried the pineapple slices last month but they curl like sunflowers, so now then I know that, it’s because i used parchment paper:)

    May i ask a question, I saw your oven with button “bake” but my oven is different types with fans, top & bottom heat, bottom heat. Will you be able to advise which type should I use, top&bottom heat?
    Very sorry for my question:P

  • Gday How long will these last if you place them in a bottle/can? Or does one have to do an extra step to store it for long life?

  • hey! thanks for your content it’s great! listen, I have a dehidrator at home, could you tell me what temperature should I use and if i need to sheets of teflex in that case too?

  • Omg im super happy that you uploaded vid on youtube!! Im your big fan from IG! You are such a wonderful cook with much creativity and I respect you so much for that<3 hope to see you often on youtube!!! Much much love from Korea����

  • Wow i was really amazed on how you have done this one chef you are so creative definitely going to make some of this in the future ����

  • Thank you for sharing! I just made these, and dont know how to contain them. Is it okay to box them up room temperature? I’ve put some paper towel sheets in between the slices, and I’m afraid, they wont stay crisp. Actually, they are not that crispy at all and I’ve baked them for 2 hours. Should I give them another heating before serving?