Pears In Red Currant Puree - A Step By Step Recipe With A Photo
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Berry puree jam … What could be tastier? Today we will be making red currant puree with pears. For the brightness of the dish, we took currants.
Cook mashed potatoes with sugar from red currants, then boil pear slices in mashed potatoes and put everything in sterilized jars. A wonderful dessert and preparation is ready! Good luck with your cooking!
Purpose: For children / On a festive table
Main ingredient: Fruits / Berries / Red currants / Pear / Currant
Dish: Blanks / Jam / Desserts
- Pears - 2 Kilograms
- Red currant - 1 Kilogram
- Sugar - 1 Kilogram
- Lemon - 1 Piece
- Cloves - 3 Pieces
- Cinnamon stick - 1 pc
- Water - 50 Milliliters
How to cook "Pears in red currant puree"
Wash the red currants, add 50 ml of water to the pan to the berry and heat until the berry softens for about 10 minutes. Then rub the berry through a sieve. Pour the resulting puree into a saucepan. Cover with sugar. Cook, stirring occasionally, until sugar dissolves over low heat. Boil. Boil water in a saucepan, add half a lemon to it, squeezing out the juice, a cinnamon stick and 2-3 cloves. Let it simmer for 10-15 minutes. Remove the lemon and spices. Dip pears, cut into wedges, into a saucepan for 7-10 minutes. Put pear slices in prepared sterilized jars. Pour over hot red currant puree. Cover the jars with boiled lids and sterilize for 15–20 minutes. Immediately seal the jars tightly, turn upside down (for additional sterilization of the lid) and leave in this position until they cool completely. Keep refrigerated.Serve cold.
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