Fruity and milky, this pear lassi is a traditional yoghurt-based dessert from India and a real treat for the taste buds.
Ingredients for 4 people :
- 1 pear
- 1 small box of pears in syrup
- 2 stirred yoghurts
- 15 cl semi-skimmed milk
- Vanilla beans
- 30 g semi-salted butter
- 1 tbsp. brown sugar
– Peel and cut the pear.
– Drain the pears in syrup, take 2 whole ones.
– In a blender, pour the yoghurt, pears in syrup, milk and vanilla beans. Blend and set aside in a cool place.
– In a frying pan, melt the butter, arrange the slices of raw pears. Cook until lightly browned, then pour in the sugar to caramelize.
Serve chilled, with warm pear slices on wooden spikes.
Learn more about yogurt
Yoghurt Yoghurts” are dairy products processed from lactic ferments. They are often confused with dairy desserts (rice pudding, flan, etc.) which do not contain any, but which are nevertheless made from at least 50% milk.
Plain, flavoured, whole…yoghurt, there is something for everyone!
– The fresh and tasty taste of semi-skimmed milk yoghurt is unanimously acclaimed, whether it is normal, stirred, plain, flavoured with all kinds of aromas or with fruit.
– The most greedy also appreciate whole milk yogurt (milk that has retained its cream), which is more smooth and creamy than the others.
– For those who watch their figure, there is now a wide choice of low-fat yoghurts, known as “0%”, made from skimmed (fat-free) milk.
– Finally, the yoghurt drink, star of the smallest snacks, is practical to carry around to be consumed in all circumstances!
Recipe: A. Beauvais, Photo: F. Hamel