Caramelized pears and red wine onions on lamb’s lettuce

Paers are all over right now and I love enjoy them together with blue cheese. The savoury cheese in combination with the sweet pears are such a tasty dream. You can also make the onions without the red wine if you don’t like it. The red wine only gives a soft taste to the onions.

Pears are very rich in fiber who keeping you full for longer. They have approx. 80% water which helps to flush out toxins from your Body.

I try to eat more whole meal products like whole grain rye bread because this bread contains more minerals than non-whole meal bread. Best way is to bake it by yourself from the whole grains. But when you have less time you can buy it fresh from the baker and asked for the ingredients.

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Caramelized peas and red wine onions on lamb’s lettuce

Serve 4

200g lamb’s lettuce
600g red onions
2 tbsp olive oil
2 tbsp balsamic vinegar
200ml red wine
1 tbsp honey
1 bay leaf

2 pears
1 tbsp honey
2 tbsp olive oil
100g almonds

200g blue cheese (Roquefort)

toasted rye bread


Chop the onions into small rings and fry them for about 2 minutes in the olive oil.
Deglaze with red wine an balsamic vinegar. Let them simmer for about 7 minutes over medium heat.
Caramelize with 1 tbsp honey.

Divide the pears into eights and fry them for a few minutes over high heat from both sides until golden. Add the almonds and the honey and fry for another 2 minutes.

Serve the pears and onions on the lamb’s lettuce and melt the cheese for 1 minute in the warm pan before you add the cheese to the salad.

Garnish with cress and enjoy with some toasted rye bread and red wine.

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