I'm still drooling over this yogurt bowl I prepared last week with poached pears, granola and some syrup reduced from the poaching liquid. This would've made a perfect Sunday brunch.
Poached pears are so easy to make with little effort you can have a beautiful festive dessert. I added some warm spices to give it that cozy fall feeling.
1 bottle red wine
1/2 cp honey
4 whole cloves*
2 stick cinnamon*
Peel the pears and add it to a pot, pour the wine over the pears, add water to cover the pears, add rest of the ingredients. Cook on high flame until it starts to boil, lower heat and cook for 30-45 min or until pears are tender. Remove the pears from the liquid, turn up the heat and cook the liquid until reduced to a syrup consistency (it will reduce down to more than half). *Spices are optional
I served it next to a spiced cake, and the next time with a spiced crumb topping (2 diff desserts worked once for it👊🏼)
You can serve it next to ice cream, a slice of spice cake, with a crumb topping, whip cream... serve it Whole, cut in half or fanned out... **To fan it out cut the pear in half then cut thin slices leaving the top connected, gently fan it out and place on a plate.
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