Porky's Perfect Pear Flan



Right folks, it’s my famous pear flan recipe to delight our millions of listeners.
I know old MG mocks me, but loaf-face will be eating his own words once the Porky Tribe sends in its messages of admiration for the Porkmeister’s culinary skills.

Step one.
Buy a ready-made flan case. These are available from Morrisons, Waitrose, Sainsbury’s and Tesco’s. The average cost is about a pound.

This is the Morrison’s Kuchenmeister Flan Case which costs 82p!


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Step 2.
Buy a tin of pear halves.

I have heard some people using pear quarters, but trust the Porkmeister on this, pear
halves sit better in the flan case. A tin will cost you under a pound.
If I’m having a female member of the opposite sex around for some culinary refreshment, I like to splash out on a bit of quality and use Waitrose Essential pear halves…


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These cost 75p per tin and are well worth it.

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Leave the tin on your kitchen worktop so that the young lady can see that you’ve been to Waitrose.

Step 3.

Open the flan case and dispose of wrapping.

Step 4.

Open the tinned pears and DRAIN the juice. This is essential, folks. You don’t want your flan to end up like a pear soup.

Step 5.

Place the pear halves neatly into the flan case.

Step 6.

Present on a nice Denby plate


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Eh, voila! Your Porky's Perfect Pear Flan is ready to eat (and to impress someone else's wife - only joking, ha ha!)

Here’s one I made earlier…..

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