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Roasted Pears with Gorgonzola (Gluten-Free)

I never get tired of turning sweet fruit into a savory dessert. Anjou and Bosc pears are easy to find this time of year. Their denser flesh makes them perfect for baking and roasting. They have a mild sweetness that allows the cheese to come through; blue cheese also works well. If you cut a small sliver off the back of the pears, they rest perfectly in the baking dish.

Roasted Pears with Gorgonzola (Gluten-Free)Ingredients:
3 ripe pears, Anjou or Bosc
Juice from 2 lemons, plus 1 teaspoon zest for garnishing
⅓ cup crumbled gorgonzola
¼ cup dried cranberries
1 cup apple cider
½ cup light brown sugar
¼ cup olive oil

Directions:
Preheat oven to 350°F.

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Peel pears and slice lengthwise in half. Remove the core and seed with a melon baller or spoon. Place pears in a baking dish and toss with lemon juice then arrange core-side up.

In a small bowl, combine cheese and cranberries. Mold a spoonful of the mixture into each pear.

In the same bowl, whisk together apple cider and brown sugar until dissolved. Pour about ⅔ liquid over pears and bake for 30 minutes, basting occasionally.

Remove from the oven and serve warm, garnishing with a sprinkle of lemon zest if desired.

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What do you do with the rest of the liquid and where is the olive oil used?




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