2020-08-13 / test@t

Tsvetaevsky pie with pears

When there are fewer sunny days and the weather invites you to be more at home, the scent of pear pie will brighten this pastime a hundredfold. Or maybe we will gather the whole family around this solar miracle?

Tsvetaevsky pie with pears
  • flour 450 g
  • baking powder 10 g
  • butter 80 g
  • sour cream 15-20% 150 g
  • durum pears 700 g
  • sour cream for cream 15-20% 250 g
  • egg for cream 1 pc.
  • flour for cream 50 g
  • sugar for cream 100 g
  • vanilla sugar 10 g


Step 1
Mix flour with baking powder, add sour cream and butter at room temperature. Stir for a minute with a mixer with hooks or a spoon, form a ball that does not stick to your palms. Put in the refrigerator for half an hour on the top shelf.
Step 2
At this time, clean the washed pears from the centers. Cut into thin slices. Prepare the cream filling. To do this, beat sour cream with egg and sugar until the sugar dissolves, at the end add vanilla and flour, mix well.
Step 3
Remove the cool dough from the refrigerator, roll out with a little flour. screw on a rolling pin and transfer to a prepared form with a diameter of 20-25 cm. (can be folded four times and laid out from the middle, the main thing is to accurately convey without damaging). Form bumpers a couple cm high.
Step 4
Chop the dough along the bottom and sides with a fork to avoid unnecessary deformation during baking. Fan the pears in several layers. Cover with cream. Put in an oven preheated to 190 C. After 20 minutes, lower the temperature to 170 C and bake until the dough is browned. The finished cake will come off the walls.
Step 5
Allow to cool completely, decorate as desired. I have powdered sugar with a pinch of cinnamon and a handful of berries.
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