The idea of cooking pears in a rice cooker isn’t so far fetched, so when I got my hands on Panasonics 10-Cup Rice Cooker I knew I had to recreate this classic dessert in this smart machine.
Plus I am giving away one Rice Cooker to one lucky person. To enter this competition simply share and comment on this website post.
Enter today and watch how to make delicious Poached Pears for your loved one in a rice cooker – yep, you read correctly!
Find out more about Panasonic’s SR-CN188WST 10-Cup Rice Cooker: http://bit.ly/31Hrqjv
**One entry per person. Australian residents only. Competition closes 23/02/20 at 10pm AEST.
Winner will be contacted via Facebook**
Ingredients: serves 6
3 firm pears, peeled, halved, cored
2 cups pomegranate juice
2 cups sparkling apple juice
3 cinnamon sticks
2 whole cloves
2 star anise
1 teaspoon fresh ginger peeled, cut into thin slivers
Place pomegranate juice, apple cider, cinnamon stick, cloves, star anise, and ginger in rice cooker. Place pear halves in poaching liquid.Close rice cooker and cook on "white rice" setting for 50 minutes, or until tender (a toothpick should go through easily).Open cover and turn pears over. Let sit for 1 hour. Turn pears over again and let sit for another hour. You can also refrigerate these overnight for a more intense flavour and colour. Serve