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Spiced Red Wine Poached Pears with Celsius°Cooking™

1 hr 5 mins - Total Time
- Time of day
4 - Servings

The spices give this classic recipe a warm and aromatic twist. This recipe is great to make in advance to intensify the color and flavors. You can use white wine or rosé instead.

Spiced Red Wine Poached Pears with Celsius°Cooking™

1 hr 5 mins - Total Time
- Time of day
4 - Servings
DOWN TO RECIPE

The spices give this classic recipe a warm and aromatic twist. This recipe is great to make in advance to intensify the color and flavors. You can use white wine or rosé instead.

35 min Prep Time 30 min Cook Time 1 hr 5 mins Total Time

Choose number of servings

Ingredients

For the Poaching Liquid

  • Ginger (peeled and sliced) 17 g
  • Red Wine 1440 ml
  • Light Brown Sugar 400 g
  • Granulated Sugar 115 g
  • Cinnamon Sticks 2
  • Star Anise 2
  • Cardamom Pods 5
  • Vanilla Bean 1

For the Poached Pears

  • Bartlett Pears (peeled and kept whole) 4

Tools that you will need

General Equipment

  • 4qt (4L) Sauce Pot
  • Fork or knife
  • Parchment paper
  • Slotted Spoon
  • Tongs
Cooking Step

Cooking Steps Prep Cooking

Prepare the Probe

Insert the probe to the clip attached to the side of the pot making sure it doesn't touch the bottom.

Measure and Add the Poaching Ingredients into the Pot

Stir to combine.

Cinnamon Sticks2
Star Anise2 1/2
Granulated Sugar (or superfine sugar)125 grams
Light Brown Sugar400 grams
Red Wine1440 grams
Vanilla Bean (cut lengthwise)1
Cardamom Pods5

Connect the Cookware

Turn the burner on and place the cookware on it. Tap the cookware twice until the symbol apears on the cooktop. Select Boiling/ Cooking with Water and set the temperature to 100°C.

1. Bring the Poaching Liquid to a Simmer

Once the liquids reached the set temperature, cook them for 1 minute to infuse.

2. Add and Poach the Pears

Add the pears into the hot liquid and cook for 2 minutes, if needed press down occasionally to make sure they stay submerged.

Bartlett Pears (peeled and kept whole)4

3. Remove and Cool the Pears

Turn the burner off, then transfer the pears and liquid to a bowl. Allow to cool or refrigerate overnight.

4. Serve as Desired

For dessert, serve with ice cream and biscotti or sliced almonds. For breakfast, serve with lightly sweetened yogurt and a sprinkle of granola. You can also store the pears in the poaching liquid for up to one week.

Finished cooking!

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