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1/1 Photo of Orange Pineapple Pear Butter Sauce
Do you remember making mud pies when you were little? This is the memories I get when preparing the pears to puree. Peel, stem, cut end and then squeeze in your hands over the blender, you are left with the seeds still encased in the core in your hand to throw away,and you have every bit of the pear for the blender. If you have a good blender you don't have to peel. But you get that gooshy feeling but the good thing--you can eat it. And the mud didn't taste very good. I make the sauce because it is more versatile. You can thicken to make a heavier sauce after opening. You can swirl it into muffin or cake batter. You can flavor a milkshake or ice cream. Use on cooked ribs, pork or ham.
Units: US | Metric
Serving Size: 1 (89 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 40