How To Make Pear Juice, Fresh Pear Juice
by Tarla Dalal
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Untainted by additives, made with fruit and nothing but fruit, this Fresh Pear Juice is a fabulously refreshing experience.
The naturally attractive aroma and pleasing colour of pear make this juice seem like nectar. Indeed, there is goodness oozing out of every sip. Just make sure you have it as soon as it is blended and strained.
You can also try other recipes with pear, like Pear and Pomegranate Smoothie or Pear Rosemary Juice .
1 1/2 cups peeled and cubed pear
- Combine the pear and ½ cup of water in a mixer and blend it till smooth.
- Strain the mixture using a strainer.
- Serve immediately.
How To Make Pear Juice, Fresh Pear Juice recipe with step by step photos
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Pear Juice can be served to kids, adults as well as senior citizens.
Pear has a good quantum of vitamin C which helps to build immunity and protects against chronic diseases like heart disease and cancer.
If you are using a hopper to make Pear juice, you can avoid peeling the pears.
Do not add extra salt or sugar while blending Pear Juice. Enjoy its natural taste.
Do not serve Pear Juice to diabetic patients as juices are not a very good choice for them. They are usually a concentrated source of carbs which may alter the blood sugar levels.
To make Fresh Pear Juice, select perfectly ripe pear. Juicy and sweet, with a soft, buttery yet somewhat grainy texture, the white to cream-colored flesh of pears was once referred to as the "gift of the gods". Look for pears that are firm green coloured pear, but not too hard. They should have a smooth skin that is free of bruises or mold. Avoid pears that are punctured or have dark soft spots. Click here to find out How to Store Pear.
Wash the ripe pear in a bowlful of water or running water to remove dirt if any.
Wipe it off using a clean kitchen towel.
Peel the pear using a sharp knife. Do not peel it very thickly as much of the finer lies beneath the skin.
Cut the pear into 2 halves vertically with a sharp knife.
Deseed the pear and discard the seeds. The seeds might make the juice bitter.
Cut into cubes using a sharp knife. 2½ medium pear will yield approximately 1½ cups of pear cubes.
Transfer the pear cubes into a mixer jar.
Add ½ cup of water and blend till the mixture is smooth. No cubes should remain after blending.
Strain the Pear Juice using a strainer. However this would lead to loss of fiber. If you want a thick fibrous Pear puree, avoid this step of straining.
Serve the Pear Juice immediately to avoid discoloration.
If you like Pear Juice, also try Fresh Strawberry Juice, Watermelon and Guava Juice and Muskmelon and Orange Juice.
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