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Pears caramel pie

Most ingredients in this pears caramel pie are leftover that I need to use up before I go on vacation, I even use store bought pie shell, to make quick and easy.
I have lots of fresh pears from my friend,and homemade kumquat candied in the fridge that I almost forget it's been there awhile  :)   so I add them to the pie as well.
kumquat candied in this recipe is optional,but it taste really well together,maybe you can substitute with any little bit fruits candied for a taste.







Ingredients:
- 1  9" pie shells ( homemade or store bought )
- 3 Tbsp dulche de leche / caramel
- half lemon juice
- lemon zest
- 4-5 pears
- 1/4 cup kumquat candied ( optional )
- 2 Tbsp butter ( melted )
- 1/2 Tbsp sugar

Preparations :
preheat oven on 350 F
peel the pears, slice round and core the seeds
in a small bowl, mix caramel/dulche de leche with lemon juice and zest, stir until smooth and combine


brush pie shell with melted butter
spread caramel mixture on pie shell evenly


arrange sliced pears and kumquat candied ( optional ) brush with melted butter
sprinkle with sugar
bake for about 30-40 minutes.


Comments

  1. What a delightful and pretty pie. I love the flavors you have here... after I have my soup... I want a piece of pie. :)

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  2. What's not to love this beautiful treat? I want one for my afternoon tea!

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  3. I'd love to make this! Haven't used caramel before. And we don't get to buy the pastry shells in our stores:( Have to start from scratch. Your pie does look very tasty!

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  4. Just mouthwatering…looks delicious!

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  5. With the leftovers you had, the pie was just a put together. Certainly its a gorgeous beauty with the pear slices sitting beautifully on top.

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  6. I am so glad pear season is approaching! Your pie looks extraordinary with the candied kumquats AND caramel! Irresistible!

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  7. Ridwan, I adore the caramel filling in your yummy, creative pie and the pear addition. So creative, pretty, and totally mouthwatering delicious!

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  8. Delicious use of ingredients. Very pretty pie by the way :-)

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  9. it looks so pretty and delicious too!

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