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Baked Pears with Rompope Sauce
Posted By Ben On January 11, 2011 @ 12:24 pm In Desserts and Pastries | 14 Comments
Last holiday season I wrote about rompope, Mexican eggnog with rum created by nuns from Puebla in the 19th century. I’ve made a couple of things using it, including some delicious cookies that everybody loved. This weekend I bought some pears at the street market by my parents’ house and was looking for recipes online to make a dessert with them. I found some delicious recipes that just by looking at them made me want to lick my monitor. Unfortunately I didn’t have the ingredients for many of them so I decided to bake them following this recipe.
It was very simple to make, but not less delicious. My family loved them and they were the perfect dessert after the pumpkin mole enchiladas we had just had. I made some changes to the recipe, changing the almonds for pecans and adding the rompope to the honey. If you are looking for a simple and delicious recipe to prepare pears, look no further. This one will blow your mind.
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