The taste of this twist resembles not the fruit toffees, not the condensed milk with pear flavor. Hence the name. The recipe I got not tested, and for this reason, to be honest, I was preparing this sweetness with some caution. As haven't done this before, he had prepared himself mentally for any outcome. But you know, it turned out very well, and for the sweet tooth-a godsend! I think that on cold winter evenings with tea everything will go with a Bang!
Pears should be pre-cleaned from the skin and core and cut into small pieces (plates). Cover with sugar and cook 1 hour over low heat, stirring from time to time.
At the end of this time the pears should put a decent amount of juice.
Then add soda and pour milk. Cook for another 4 hours over low heat (ideally on a divider).
Specially photographed to show you what it looks like by the end of cooking. Milk as it is separated from the juice in the form of lumps, which acquire a caramel color. Don't worry! This is how it should be.
Then you need all this mass to cool a little and in a blender portions whisk until smooth. Since the pears are already quite soft, it takes a few seconds. Because I am sure that those who have a "manual" blender, it also will not be a problem.
Bring everything to a boil over low heat and can be rolled into sterile jars. I have so many different components there are 12 half-liter jars.