Baked pear with caramel sauce
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Baked pear with caramel sauce
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:06:17 AM. Recipe ID 31705. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Baked pear with caramel sauce
 Categories: Desserts, Fruits
      Yield: 1 Servings
      4    Pears -- peeled, and
           Sprinkled with lemon
      1    Lemon
      1 qt Water
     10 oz Sugar
      1    Orange
      1 sm Container vanilla ice cream
      1    Recip
           Caramel Sauce:
     10 oz Sugar
      2 oz Water
           Just enough to melt the
      1 oz Cream -- hot
      2 oz Butter
           Caramel sauce -- made ahead
  Cut the very top of the pears off and save for garnish.  Next, peel
  the pears, core, and sprinkle with lemon juice.  Set aside. Bring the
  water to a boil and add the sugar, orange juice, and the pears.  Make
  sure the pears are covered to the top with the water.  Cover the pan
  with a lid and simmer until cooked.  If ripe, they should cook very
  fast.  Remove the pears when done, stand on a plate, and refrigerate
  to cool.  Fill the pears with vanilla ice cream. Caramel Sauce:  Put
  the sugar and water in a saucepan and cook on med-high until it turns
  brown, but don't burn. Don't stir the mixture.  When the sugar is
  colored, remove the pan from the heat. Be careful not to burn
  yourself as the sugar will be very "hot". Carefully, and quickly,
  stir the "hot" cream and butter into the sugar mixture. Let the
  caramel sauce cool. ----Note:  The water gives the sauce the shine,
  not the butter.  You can thin the sauce with a little cream to use
  any leftover the next day. --Place caramel sauce on a plate, and
  place the pear on the sauce. Garnish with the saved pear top. Posted
  by MsSailor

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Recipe ID 31705 (Apr 03, 2005)

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