20.05.2020
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Recipe information
Cooking:
20 min.
Servings per container:
2
Complexity:
Easy
Calorie content:
551.69
Carbohydrates:
41.92
Fats:
36.08
Squirrels:
16.51
Water:
43.77

Ingredients

Title Value
1. Puffless yeast dough 50 Column
2. Pears 50 Column
3. Parma ham 25 Column
4. Arugula 15 Column
5. Olive oil 5 Column
6. Sesame 3 Column
7. Parmesan 15 Column
8. Balsamic Vinegar Sauce 10 Column
9. Sugar Sauce 10 Column
10. Black pepper Sauce taste

Cooking

1. Stage

Roll the dough around. Lay on the parchment covered pan.

1. Stage. Roll the dough around. Lay on the parchment covered pan.

2. Stage

At the pear, core, cut into slices and fan out onto the dough.

1. Stage. At the pear, core, cut into slices and fan out onto the dough.

3. Stage

Sesame fry until beautiful golden color.

1. Stage. Sesame fry until beautiful golden color.

4. Stage

For the sauce, mix all the ingredients and cook over low heat, stirring constantly until it becomes thick.

1. Stage. For the sauce, mix all the ingredients and cook over low heat, stirring constantly until it becomes thick.

5. Stage

Pour the pear on top and sprinkle with sesame seeds. Bake in a preheated oven to 200 degrees 15 minutes.

1. Stage. Pour the pear on top and sprinkle with sesame seeds. Bake in a preheated oven to 200 degrees 15 minutes.

6. Stage

Gato cool, spread thin sliced ham on top.

1. Stage. Gato cool, spread thin sliced ham on top.

7. Stage

Cut the cheese into slices, put on a pear, garnish with arugula leaves and pour olive oil on top.

1. Stage. Cut the cheese into slices, put on a pear, garnish with arugula leaves and pour olive oil on top.

8. Stage

Bon Appetit!!!

9. Stage

Pear gateau with Parma ham, arugula and parmesan is delicious, nutritious and satisfying. To prepare such an appetizer is very simple and quick, of course you can use the dough according to your favorite recipe to prepare the dough. Pear should not be cut too thin, but cheese and ham the thinner the better. Pear goes well with ham and soft cheese. You can serve it warm as an appetizer or cold as an addition to the main course.