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Pear in wine
Pear in wine
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This is a dessert made with fresh pears, but instead of making a classic sugar syrup, it's made with read wine. The pears can be used as a stuffing in a boar or a deer, but use the sauce instead of the coulis on the side of the dish.

Ingredient List for 2 servings:
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2 Firm pears
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250 ml Red wine
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100 ml Water
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3 tablespoons Brown sugar
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1 Clove
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1 Cinnamon bark
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1 pinch Pepper
Instructions:
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Peel and divide the pears in half.
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In a casserole pour the wine, water, and spices. When it's boiling reduce the heat and place the pears in the casserole. Cook for 15 minutes
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Check the pears regularly by pricking them with a sharp knife.
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Drain the pears and place them in a dessert bowls.
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Continue to boil the mixture in the casserole until it becomes like syrup in texture.
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Sprinkle some of the coulis on top of the pears.
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