The Pear And Honey Cake: A Gourmet Recipe

Feel like a good pear cake? Try our recipe for pear and honey cake! Tasty and easy to make, this very simple recipe will delight all your guests.


Here are the ingredients needed to make a pear and honey cake for 6 people:

3 or 4 pears
15 g of butter
1 tablespoon of honey
100 g flour T110
100 g flour T65
half a sachet of yeast
50 g of sugar
3 eggs
10 cl of milk
3 tablespoons of olive oil

Preparation of the pears

1- Peel and seed the pears. Cut the pears into large cubes.

2- Melt the butter in a pan, add the diced pears and cook over medium heat for 5 minutes.

3- Add the tablespoon of honey and continue cooking for another 5 minutes.

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4- Let the pan-fried pears cool before adding them to your pear and honey cake.

Preparation of the dough

The dough of this pear and honey cake is very easy to prepare.

1- In a large container, pour all the dry ingredients: the two types of flour, the yeast and the sugar.

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2- In another smaller container, whisk the eggs with the olive oil and milk.

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3- Finally, add the liquid ingredients to the dry ingredients. Mix well until the dough is homogeneous.

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Assembly and cooking

1- Preheat your oven to 180°C.

2- Fold the pears with honey into the dough.

3- Pour the preparation into a buttered cake tin.

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4- Bake this pear and honey cake for 45 minutes.

5- Let it cool before unmolding and slicing.

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In French: Le cake aux poires et au miel : une recette gourmande
En español: La tarta de pera y miel: una receta gourmet
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