This has become a favorite dessert recipe of mine. Although, you can fit this recipe in many categories. Simple preparation of superior ingredients. The roasted pears mix with balsamic vinegar and honey to carmalize in your mouth. To top it off, a bite with goat cheese and fresh cracked black pepper. No one can eat just one! - ashley_samuel_pierson —ashleychasesdinner
Test Kitchen Notes
This dessert is really crazy good, and as simple as can be. A few minutes of prep, then pop it in the oven and wait 30 minutes (which is a perfect break between dinner and dessert). Then you have just a few more minutes of finishing touches before digging into a soft roasted pear in a butter balsamic glaze, its sweetness mirrored in the honey and contrasted by the salty bite of the goat cheese, plus the great little hint of black pepper heat. The only thing I might add is just a bit of crunch, perhaps a toasted nut or a cookie of some sort. Try this once and it will become an autumn go-to in the months and years to come! - aargersi —aargersi
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