Stewed pear with winter berry coulis


What do you prefer in your plate of dessert, fruits, ice creams or patisserie? Would you like it if you can combine fruit & ice cream together and that too with uncommon flavors? Well we have a dessert for you from Michelin star chef Alfred Prasad, truly delicious to eat and a feast to your eyes too.

We have a dessert with stewed pear with ginger fennel ice cream, incredibly delicious, so try and treat your loved ones with something very different and delicious at the same time.

Step-by-Step Easy & Quick Recipe –

Cook Time              Total Time                 Yields

06 hours                    06 hours                4 Serving


Stewed pear

Pears – 4 (peeled)

Pear puree – 200 grams

Cinnamon sticks – 4

Rose syrup – 2 tablespoons                     

Mixed berries – 250 grams (frozen)                    

Caster sugar – 50 grams                                        

Mint – 10 sprigs

Fennel and ginger ice cream

Fennel seeds – 2 tablespoons

Double cream – 500 ml

Caster sugar – 50 grams                          

Egg yolks – 3

Candied stem ginger – 1 tablespoon (chopped


  • For the fennel and ginger ice cream, toast the fennel seeds in a dry frying pan. Bring the double cream, toasted fennel and sugar to a boil. Remove from the heat and leave aside for 10 minutes
  • 2 tbsp of fennel seeds
  • 500ml of double cream
  • 50g of caster sugar


  • Whisk the egg yolks until smooth, then add to the warm double cream, whisking constantly. Pass through a fine sieve, transfer to a freezer container and freeze overnight
  • 1 tbsp of candied stem ginger
  • 3 egg yolks


  • Sprinkle half the chopped candied ginger on top of the frozen ice cream. Reserve the rest as garnish
  • 1 tbsp of candied stem ginger


  • For the stewed pears, put the peeled pears, pear purée, rose syrup and cinnamon in a pan and bring to a simmer
  • 200g of pear purée
  • 4 cinnamon sticks
  • 2 tbsp of rose syrup
  • 4 pears

Note:  This fruit & ice cream dessert, an incredible recipe will surely become a hit with your family, Enjoy!

Happy Cooking!!

Recipe by: Michelin Star Chef Alfred Prasad


Photo courtesy: by Great British Chefs, visit their website for more dessert recipes

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