Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Apple Pear Sauce Recipe

I hate to waste anything, especially when it comes to food. When making a pork roast often I will make a homemade apple sauce to go along with the meal. Last week I'd noticed a few pears in the fruit drawer of the refrigerator were starting to look a bit peek-id. Rather than see them go to waste I experimented with them and a few apples. .

Here is my recipe for Apple Pear Sauce.

Great as a dessert or to accompany meat


  • 3 pears pitted and peeled (combo of Bartlett & Japanese Pears)
  • 3 apples pitted and peeled (I used Honey Crisp apples)
  • lemon juice (I used the lemon juice from the little plastic lemons)
  1. Once your fruit is peeled, pitted and sliced toss it in a bowl with some lemon juice.
  2. Place ingredients into a medium size sauce pan and cook over a medium heat until the fruit is soft enough to easily mash.
  3. Remove from heat and place in a bowl to serve.
  4. Sauce can be served hot or cold.

I find that no sugar is needed as the natural sweetness from the fruit is sweet enough for me. However if wanted you could add 1/8th - 1/4 cup of sugar.

Great to serve alongside a pork roast or to eat as is for a dessert. I find I like this apple pear sauce on top of oatmeal as well for breakfast.

Pork Loin Roast Sunday Dinner

This Cuisinart saucepan is one of my favorite pans, especially for making applesauce.

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