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Author Notes: I originally made Lidia's baked pears and grapes using a red wine, but now use a Prosecco or Asti Spumante. I cut the sugar and added extra lemon. The syrup is wonderful from either recipe and I will make the pears the next time with spiced ginger marmalade and maybe use a local Muscadine wine since it is Muscadine season here. Just be sue to use a sweet wine. Link to Lidia's recipe suggesting Moscato:
- 1 1/2- 2 cups grapes, seedless
- 2 pears, halved and cores scooped out
- 1 inch piece of vanilla bean, split
- 3/4 cup raw sugar
- 3 tablespoons apricot preserves
- 3 tablespoons fresh lemon juice
- 3/4 cup Gran Spumante
- Place the grapes in a baking dish , blend vanilla bean piece, preserves, lemon juice, sugar, and Gran Spumanti and pour over the grapes. Halve the pears and scoop out the core with a small scoop or melon baller. Place pears in baking dish and spoon some of the juice over the pears. Bake in 375° convection oven for about 40 minutes, test for tenderness and bake for another 10 minutes if necessary.
- This recipe was entered in the contest for Your Best Pears
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