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Quince, pear and streusel pie

Cooked quince, pear and streusel pie

Time to cook: 90 minutes

Total Servings: 12

Nutritional Value

Time and time again I'm convinced that delicious isn't always complicated! After the unsuccessful autumn marathon at the weekend (the pie did not work at all, although there was dancing with tambourines for half a day) I decided to rehabilitate in front of my family. But on weekdays we have what? Right! School, kids, all upside down :) So, we choose a recipe from the category "tasty, fast, safe". Cooking tried to optimize the time and movement in the kitchen.

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Ingredients for quince, pear and streusel pie:

  • Quince (ripe, small) - 2 units
  • Pear (Duchesse, not big, firm) - 2 pcs
  • Brown sugar (30 gr. for streusel, 20 gr. for fruit, if making without condensed milk, sugar is needed also in dough, + 1/2 cup) - 50 g
  • Wheat flour / Flour (200 gr for dough, 60 for streusel) - 260 g
  • Chicken egg - 2 pcs
  • Sour cream (10-15%, not very liquid is better) - 200 g
  • Butter (40 g - for streusel, 120 g - for dough) - 160 g
  • vanilla sugar (5 g) - 1 sachet.
  • Dough leavening agent (5-7g) - 1 sachet.
  • Oat flakes - 2 tablespoon
  • Cinnamon (stick) - 1 pc
  • White sweet wine - 0.5 glass
  • Lime - 1 pc
  • Condensed milk - 0,5 glass
  • Cocoa powder - 1 teaspoon

How to cook quince, pear and streusel pie step by step with photos

What's Most Important in Making Pie? Think gathering the ingredients, finding a good recipe? Have a good oven?

You guessed it wrong! The main thing is to protect the food before it becomes a pie!

I think we got it. The raid is reflected. Let's begin to make the filling. Peel and core the quince, cut into slices.

Add brown sugar (I added small sugar, leaving the coarse caramel for streusel, of course, you can also pour the same), a whole cinnamon stick and the juice of one lime. Can I substitute lemon? You could. But the lime has a very special and subtle flavor.

Then put on the stove and add the wine. I also picked the lime flesh, it's delicious. Bring it to a boil and simmer for 10 minutes. The alcohol evaporates, the syrup stays.

We have 10 minutes for the streusel. We mix in 30 grams. brown sugar, 60 grams. flour, 40 grams. butter, I added cinnamon.

Add rolled oats and cocoa.

You get a crumb like this. Let's put it in the cold.

The quince is ready. Slice a pear, add it to the quince and turn off the heat. Let it simmer (about 20 minutes for everything)...)

Turn on the oven to 180. Make dough. Beat soft butter and condensed milk (or fine sugar) until a light homogeneous cream, add sour cream, one egg at a time. The difference when adding condensed milk or sugar is the density of the dough. The condensed milk makes a wetter cake, if you like it drier and crumblier, add sugar.

Stir the vanilla sugar and baking powder into the flour.

Stir the flour mixture into the basic dough. This is the dough you get - it is not runny, it even holds its shape.

Line the cake pan with parchment and grease it (the pan is 26 cm long).

Spread out the pastry, fill it with the fruit filling (without the syrup and cinnamon :) )

Sprinkle streusel on top. It took another 10 minutes. All in all 30. Next comes baking, about 40-60 minutes, depending on what kind of oven you have.

Nutritional Value:

Whole Dish:
3284.7 Calories
52.5 g
191.9 g
347.2 g
Per Serving:
273.7 Calories
4.4 g
16 g
28.9 g
229.7 Calories
3.7 g
13.4 g
24.3 g

Spicy, Flour, Wheat Flour, Butter, Sweet, Eggs, Sour Cream, White Wine, Brown sugar, Oat Flakes, Fruity, Cinnamon, Cocoa Powder, Baking powder, Vanilla sugar, Condensed milk, Lime, Pears, Fudge, Pies, Fudge Pie

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