|Preparation||Start to finish|
|54 min.||54 min.|
|1||Peel pears, and put them immediately into cold water with the juice of half a lemon, or a pinch of vitamin C added.
We do that because peeled pears turn brown quickly.
|2||Drain pears, cut into quarters and discard core.||5 min.|
|3||Cut quarters into small pieces and put in the goblet of a blender.
Add juice of half a lemon, a pinch of vitamin C, 1 tablespoon pear eau-de-vie and 350 ml Sugar syrup.
|4||Mix until you obtain a smooth puree.
Put in the fridge, or freezer, in a sealed container if not to be used immediately.
We do that so that the mixture is very cold before putting in the ice cream maker.
|5||Pour into the ice-cream maker.||1 min.|
|6||And churn the sorbet.||25 min.|
|7||Serve on its own or as the basis for other desserts.|
For 800 ml : 1.97 €
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