instant pear pudding

September 3, 2009

The statement “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” assumes that whatever the “norm” is the simplest approach to begin with.  But what if you found that a new way is not only easier, but produced a better result?

Enter pear pudding, if you can call it that.  Take a few pears, throw ‘em in a high-speed blender; and watch them go from grainy fruit to silky puree with no heat, no scrubbing pots, no waiting, and even no need to core or de-seed.

It’s like applesauce, only better and fresher.  You can do this with apples, too, by the way – and I’ve been known to toss a few in with the pears.  But I find that pears alone are magic here, and I can polish off a deep soup bowl of it for dinner.

new recipe: instant pear pudding

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