Poached Pears are delicious desserts; it looks fancy, elegant, and yet effortless to make. If you check Pinterest, you will find the dessert comes with many recipes, such as Poached pears with red wine sauce, Vanilla, and Cinnamon sauce, and the most exciting ingredients are Chai and Whiskey Poached Pears. As impressive as it is, I haven't got the chance to try it; I'm curious about the taste of chai mixed with whiskey; I'm sure it is delicious, and believe me, one of these days, I'll try the recipe for sure.
It's been a while I've wanted to make a new recipe for these delightful-looking Poached Pears. Finally, I come up with my recipe, and I get inspiration from one of Indonesia's delectable desserts, Kolak. It has coconut milk and plantains banana, so I thought if I pair coconut milk with pear, it will be tasty. And since this is a Fall season, it means sweet and Juicy pears are in abundance — time to take Pear to a different level of adventures. And make it more flavorsome by letting it soak on Brown sugar and Coconut milk sauce.
And I was right! Adding coconut milk in the Poached Pear recipe is just a marvelous idea; with a bit of twist here and there and add-on ingredients, the dessert comes up delicious and creamy. The tender pears are lovely, poached in brown sugar, Cinnamon, and Vanilla bean. Finally, drizzle with coconut brown sugar sauce is just going to amuse your taste bud.
Since Thanksgiving is coming, it'll be a perfect dessert to make for this special occasion. Let your family and friends take on their palate journey to an exotic mouth-watering indulgent dessert.
1 stick of cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon of vanilla
6 small, firm, ripe Anjou pears, peeled
Pinch of salt
1.5 cup of Brown sugar
2 cups of water
250 ml of coconut cream
In a saucepan large enough for the pears, combine Cinnamon, Vanilla, and 1 cup Brown sugar. Bring the mixture to a simmer, occasionally stirring until all mix. Add the pear and simmer for 20 minutes, occasionally turning, until pears are tender. Remove the pears from the liquid and allow them to cool down. You can adjust the sweetness as you like.
Continue to simmer the liquid; add a half cup of the sugar keep simmer until it thickens and is reduced by half, about 15 to 20 minutes. Add the coconut milk to keep continually stirring until it's boiling and remove it to cool at room temperature.
Place each pear on a small serving plate, drizzle with coconut sauce, and you can enjoy it with whip cream or vanilla ice cream.
Thank you so much for reading, and I hope you have a great weekend until the next post!