The saucepan cast iron series Diamond of HearthStone Cookware It is so versatile that as soon as you can make a fry, a vegetable cream, a soup or a sauce. Thanks to the ability of cast iron to conserve heat and maintain a constant temperature, over low heat, it will be very easy to confit cod in oil, for example, or make double-cooked potatoes: confit first and then fried high temperature.
The saucepan it is also great for making desserts: a rice pudding, which will be made slowly, without the rice sticking, caramelizing the sugar or, of course, these pears in wine, a classic pastry. This is how you show us from Direct to the Palate with a delicious recipe for pears in wine.
For this preparation you will need the following ingredients.
PROCESSING OF PEARS IN WINE
Put the wine in the saucepan along with the sugar, cinnamon and orange peel. Cover to heat up first.
When it starts to boil, introduce the whole pears, peeled, but with their tails, so that they can be handled better.
Lower the heat and let it simmer gently for 25 minutes.
After that time, remove the pears, but leave the liquid in the saucepan so that it continues to reduce until it has a slightly thick syrup.
RECOMMENDATION OF USE: It is recommended to use wooden utensils.
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