pears baked with dukkah

robins yummy pears with dukkah

 Robin made these for his housewarming drinks on Sunday night and I just had to mention.  Admittedly I love dukkah and this combination works really well.  You can serve these on their own or with cheese. 

Quarter pears (no need to peel), cut out the core, and lay them on a baking tray.  Sprinkle with dukkah and if you like a bit more bite, add some curry powder. Bake at 180 degrees c for about 40 minutes. Robin actually baked them then turned the oven off and went out.  Completely delicious. 

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