WHAT GOES WELL WITH PEAR?
Fruit and Vegetables
Apple, apricot, banana, blackberry, cabbage, celeriac, celery, cherry, cranberry, dates, eggplant, endive, fennel, fig, ginger, grape, guava, Jerusalem artichoke, kale, lemon, lettuce, lime, lychee, onion, orange, parsnip, persimmon, pineapple, plum, pomegranate, pumpkin, radicchio, radish, rambutan, raspberry, rhubarb, rocket, shallot, spinach.
Herbs, Spices & Nuts
Allspice, almond, cardamom, chestnut, chives, cinnamon, clove, hazelnut, mint, nutmeg, pecan, pistachio, rosemary, star anise, tarragon, thyme,
Protein and Dairy
Blue cheese, brie, butter, crème fraiche, duck, feta, goats cheese, halloumi, ham, parmesan cheese, ricotta, sour cream.
Caramel, chickpea, chocolate, honey, maple syrup, vanilla.
SALAD RECIPES WITH PEAR:
Super-fast and easy watercress salad that you can throw together for the perfect side dish to a juicy grilled steak or charred lamb chops. The crunchy apple and pear with the peppery kick of the watercress adds a good punch to any meal.
Crunchy textures with lingering salty notes, this jerusalem artichoke, pear and prosciutto salad with shaved parmesan and light honey seeded mustard dressing, is perfect to kick start a night of delicious grazing.
Fresh fruit platters and fruit trays don’t have to be boring and lifeless. There are many ways to make them look extraordinary and elicit those “wow” moments! We give you the ultimate fruit platter presentation ideas and how to put it together.