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    Delicious Pear Custard Pies

    Pear Custard Pies. A velvety, light custard surrounds ripe pears in this healthy pear pie recipe. Serve with a dollop of vanilla whipped cream. Original Bisquick® mix provides simple addition to this wonderful pear custard pie - perfect for dessert.

    Pear Custard Pies With the cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg you have all my favorite. Of course, pie crust without a pie would just be a shame, and so, I filled the braided crust with a mix of pears and buttermilk custard, the pie requested so long ago when things were simple and easy. Be the first to review this recipe. You can cook Pear Custard Pies using 12 ingredients and 17 steps. Here is how you achieve it.

    Ingredients of Pear Custard Pies

    1. You need of Pear Compote.
    2. It's 1 of Asian pear.
    3. It's 2 tbsp of Sugar.
    4. It's 1/2 of Lemon juice (or lemon juice powder).
    5. It's of Custard Creme.
    6. Prepare 1 of Egg yolk.
    7. Prepare 25 grams of Sugar.
    8. It's 10 grams of Cake flour.
    9. It's 120 ml of Milk.
    10. Prepare 5 of drops Vanilla extract.
    11. You need of Pie Crust.
    12. It's 2 of sheets Frozen puff pastry.

    Mix eggs, sugar, heavy cream and pour over the pears. For custard, combine cream, poire William and vanilla bean and seeds in a saucepan and bring just to the boil over medium heat. Katie started with a recipe from Davis Orchards in Milton-Freewater, then tweaked it with light cream and allspice. She used Bartlett pears. "Any baking pear would be good," she says.

    Pear Custard Pies instructions

    1. Pear Compote: Quarter the pear, peel it, and remove the core. Slice diagonally into 5 mm thick slices..
    2. Combine the pear from Step 1, sugar, and lemon juice in a heat resistant container, cover with a lid (or cling film) and microwave for 3 minutes. Turn the pears over, cover with a lid and microwave for another 2 minutes..
    3. Let it cool down a little. When it's cool enough, chill in the fridge..
    4. Blind-baking the pie crust: Thaw the frozen puff pastry sheet in the fridge (about 30 minutes). Roll it out with a rolling pin to shape into a square (1 at a time)..
    5. Quarter the pastry from Step 4. Make 4 slits and put into muffin molds..
    6. Make 4 slits as shown in the picture..
    7. Place a aluminum cup on each pastry and fill with baking beans. Blind bake in a preheated oven at 200°C. Bake for 10 minutes, remove the baking beans and bake for another 10 minutes..
    8. Custard Cream: Combine the egg yolk and sugar in a bowl, and mix with a whisk until the mixture turns whitish. Sift in the cake flour and mix well..
    9. Warm up the milk in the microwave. Add 1/3 of the milk into Step 8 and mix lightly. Then add the rest of the milk and mix well..
    10. Transfer to Step 9 into a pan, heat over medium heat while stirring. When thickened, remove from the heat. Cool the pan in a bowl of iced water..
    11. When it's cooled a little, transfer to a container, cover tightly with cling film and chill in the fridge. You can whip heavy cream and combine with the custard cream if you like..
    12. To finish: Put the custard into the cooled pie pastry and decorate with the pear compote. You can put the whipped cream under the custard if you like..
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    14. If the bottom of the pie crust is puffed up, press lightly to flatten it to secure the cream..
    15. I made my own pie crust! Please give it a try when you have time..
    16. I put canned tangerines (this one is canned Dekopon citrus) on top!.
    17. I can only make 6 pies with this mold, so I use paper muffin cups to bake the rest. Cut the top part of the cups to adjust the height..

    This crustless pie recipe today, Honey Ginger Pear Custard Pie, might be the best dessert you've ever served. And, it's great with pizza, because it's not too heavy. I like to use small, not-too-ripe Seckel pears for this dessert but any pear will do. Italian plums, rhubarb or raspberries work well, too. Pie crust is also the bane of many pie-bakers' existences and there are many people out there who simply avoid baking pies to avoid having to make a pie crust.

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