January 24, 2011
Two dessert recipes for two pears, or a pair, sweet pears in any case 😉
This is my participation in Scott Thomas Photography’s challenge whose theme is “Food”.
Choose a not too ripe pear and peel it without cutting it in slices. Let it simmer gently in some water with sugar, star anise, cinnamon and a little lemon juice. In the meantime prepare a chocolate sauce (some water and chocolate). You may add some light cream before serving, if you like it.
Here is another recipe for a dessert with pears or apples. Cut the pear in two pieces and cook it at slow heat in a non-stick pan with a little sugar, part of a vanilla pod , a few seeds of cardamone and some lemon juice. The pears should take some colour and a lovely crust but not too much ! Then just serve it warm with a sorbet (or ice-cream). I chose a passion fruit/mango yogurt sorbet. We call this kind of dessert a “chaud-froid” – “warm-cold dessert”.
I had a “bon appétit”, thanks for asking;) But this second picture was rather difficult to take. By the time I had finished turning around the table to chose the right angle for my picture, as suggested by Scott, the sorbet had melted and the picture looked like nothing at all. Well, not so bad after all since I had another portion of sorbet