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Deluxe and desperate dessert - yoghurt, pears, and chocolate hazelnut sauce - 07/28/2013
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  Picture from here   Last night was a cold bleak July night in Ballarat.  I had been out for most of the day and it was too late to do the Apple Crumble I had planned for dessert. This should happen to-night.  So it was time to think outside the square or there would be no dessert at all ... and there is someone in the house who asks for it. I have taken to the pear this winter since I substituted one night pears for apples in the Butternut, Apple & Cinnamon Soup . What I rustled up - perhaps even invented - was a stunning close-yoour-eyes-in-rapture delight! I had two pears and I fried them in a mixture of butter (yes, real butter!) and brown sugar. I sliced and chopped the pears into small pieces.  The butter and brown sugar melted together so I was effectively cooking the small pieces of pear in the butter & sugar mix to make a sauce.  I used Nestle's Ski Divine Vanilla Creme Yoghurt and spooned it over individual dessert bowls.  Onto this I spooned the pear, butter & sugar sauce.  Now this alone would have made a sufficient taste sensation - but there is nothing like luxury in one's desserts.  I had in the store cupboard a bottle of Alice Langon's Chocolate Hazelnut Sauce.  It had been there for years unused.  I think I had purchased it at Simon Johnson 's in Toorak.  I poured this around the circle of pear sauce. Scrumptious! More-ish!  And the left-over of the dessert was wonderful for a Sund...

Deluxe and desperate dessert - yoghurt, pears, and chocolate hazelnut sauce



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