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-Salad of Atlantic Trout
-Waldorf Salad
-Nashi Lamb salad with Orange 
-Mustard Dressing
Sung Choi Bao with Nashi
-Chinese Roast Duck Salad
-with Nashi

-Roast Loin of Pork
-Veal Cutlets with Nashi 

-Pizza with Nashi, Prosciutto, --Blue Cheese and Caramelized -Onion

-Asian Salad with Nashi & ---Chinese Char Siu Pork
-Hot & Sour Chicken Nashi

-Gnocchi with Nashi & Walnuts 
-Chicken, Nashi & Walnut Stirfry

-Blueberry Nashi Pancakes

-Caramelised Nashi Tart
-Nashi Compote

-Sticky Nashi Puddings
-Nashi & Almond Tart

-Nashi Pannacotta
-Nashi & Fig Crumble
-Maple Baked Nashi with Choc -Buttons
-Nashi Fritters with Palm Sugar

-Bircher Muesli
-Walnut and Nashi Muffins
-Lime & Mint Cooler
-& Nashi Lassi
-Nashi Chutney

Maple Baked Nashi with Choc Buttons


-4 Nashi, halved

-1 tsp melted butter

-1 tbsp maple syrup

-1/4 cup wate

-8 chocolate buttons or squares


Preheat oven to 170oC & line a baking tray with bake paper. Using a teaspoon, scoop the core neatly from each Nashi half, and place these cut side up on the baking tray. Brush the cut edges with melted butter and drizzle the Nashi centres with maple syrup.

Add a small amount of water to fill the base of the baking tray to

provide a bit of steam.

Bake for 60 - 70 minutes until Nashi are tender then add a chocolate button to the centre of each Nashi. (The chocolate button will melt quickly).

Serve warm with ice cream or crunchy wafers to dip in the chocolate.

Tip: As a fun serving idea, pipe each child’s name onto a serving plate in advance with some extra melted chocolate.

Serves 8

Prep time: 10 minutes

Cooking Time: 60 – 70 minutes