Salted Caramel Pear Tart



Preheat oven to 375*/ 190 c

Tart Pan

Pie Shell-

A Pre made short crust pie shell is fine or you can make one home made. When Im in a hurry, I buy mine at Trader Joes.

Lay out a cool pie shell onto pie pan, shape onto bottom and sides of pan. Perforate bottom with fork in a few places.

Salted Caramel-you may make your own but there are great ones out there already. I love the Williams Sonoma brand.

Heat Salted Caramel in microwave for 40 seconds.

Spoon a couple of tablespoons on the shortcrust. Place piecrust in refrigerator while you are prepping the pears.

4 pears

2 tablespoons sugar

pats of butter

Peel, half, and core pears.

Place halves, cut side down, in a circular pattern on top of cooled pie shell .

Sprinkle with sugar.

Score each pear and top each pear with a pat of butter.

Place in a hot oven and

Bake for 30 minutes or until pears start to brown.

While fruit is baking


beat together:

3 tablespoons sugar

½ teaspoon vanilla

pinch sea salt

1 egg

3 tablespoons almond powder

1 cup cream

Pour custard mixture around the hot baked fruit and continue baking for 25 more minutes.

Swirl a little caramel over top before serving.

Happy Christmas !!

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