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Maple Grilled Pears With Brown Sugar and Cinnamon

Maple Grilled Pears With Brown Sugar and Cinnamon created by 2Bleu

This is a recipe from Ken Kostick's cookbook

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  • In a large bowl spoon lemon juice over pears.
  • In another bowl, combine brown sugar and cinnamon.
  • Sprinkle brown sugar cinnamon combo over the pear slices.
  • Set indoor grill on high and grill for 4-5 minutes or until golden.
  • To serve, evenly distribute pear slices on to 4 serving dishes and drizzle with maple syrup.
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  1. the veggie plot
    This was way too sweet for me, but of course thats a personal choice thing. We liked the flavour combination so i will try this again but half the sugar.
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  2. 2Bleu
    Maple Grilled Pears With Brown Sugar and Cinnamon Created by 2Bleu
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  3. 2Bleu
    I made 1 serving of this in a small saute' pan. Very simple and easy to make, when I removed the pears from the saute' pan, I poured the maple syrup into it to warm it and get the flavors of the pears, brown sugar, and cinnamon. I then poured the sauce over top. This recipe would be wonderful served over some Belgian waffles or pecan pancakes.
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  4. Calms79
    The guys at my house went crazy over this and were disappointed when there weren’t any leftovers for seconds. I served with vanilla ice cream and even though I am not a lover of pears (unlike the guys) I enjoyed it a lot. The BF and brother asked that this be made regularly now that the colder weather has started and told me that I HAD to rate it 5 stars. Thanks Chef at Heart
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  5. JenPo
    I adjusted the recipe for 6 people and served this for a lunch. I was a little worried about my pears because they were sort of underripe, but it didn't matter with the finished result. I loved the flavor so much with this. I can't wait to do this in the fall!
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