Posted: 12/29/2011 9:50:23 PM
Just tried this today for a dinner party, very yummy and super easy! For the previous reviewer who asked about sogginess, I did 2 things to try to prevent. Bake it on parchment, the paper will help keep it from developing moisture underneath (do not put it on the serving plate until ready to serve, put it on a rack first). I also patted down the pears on paper towels then lightly sprinkled with flour. I didn't use sugar as they were already very sweet; I drizzed on honey a few minutes before it was done. I could only fit 2 pears in one sheet of crust, not sure how the recipe calls for 8-9!
Posted: 12/3/2011 3:11:55 PM
I have made this twice, and the flavor is fabulous! However, the crust gets too soggy to lift off the sheet and place onto a plate. Any ideas as to how to get it less soggy???
Posted: 2/16/2008 12:11:22 PM
This is fast and easy and absolutely luscious! It's my husband's favorite.
As I peel the pears I put them in a bowl with lemon lime soda to keep them from turning brown. The almonds are a perfect addition.
I had never made a recipe with cooked pears-I'm sharing this recipe with my daughter who is a very busy Mom.