Last time we did a write up on Top 8 Wonderful Things You Can Do With A Mango . Seeing that the pear season is also upon us, why not learn a few useful things you can do with the crunchy fruit?
This wonderful concoction that is preserved in a jar. This is often included in dinner parties. This is like many jars of superb non-alcoholic lusciousness patiently sitting in a barn, waiting to be opened and enjoyed.
Vanilla gives pears a wonderful delicate taste that can be enjoyed alone, or on yogurt. In this, it is safe to substitute different spices. If you don’t like cloves you can use nutmeg.
This preserves the pears subtle almost in a floral flavour. You can add peppercorns and brandy in a jar which provides a barely perceivable counter balance to the sweetness of the sugar syrup, this may make it a bit more refined than your average canned pear.
One of the latest ice cream obsessions this is by churning out a batch of roasted pear & vanilla bean frozen yogurt. Your favourite yogurt mixed with gorgeous pears is set to be one of the best.
If you’re in a rush and you need a simple solution for what to serve alongside a cup of tea or coffee when you’re having a gathering together, this is then a since recommend with big thumbs up.
Having a fresh ginger is key here, and while it’s a bit of a pain to peel and grate, it makes all the difference when you end up tasting it!
Make a traditional apple pie by incorporating the tender goodness of pears. Not to mention making your life a little easier by using a premade piecrust and crumb topping.
Pears and cocoa do get along splendidly, the final product is tangy and spicy and a bit rich and bitter with the cocoa, not to mention perfectly crunchy and crisp. We bet your mouth watering, too?
Just bake a pear and banana loaf. It’s quite easy to put together, the result is moist and fruity with a hint of cinnamon.
In this pears can be substituted with peaches, you also use vanilla bean instead of cinnamon in yogurt cream. Sprinkle some nuts on the top and you’re good to go.