Prepare the quick puff pastry.
Roll the dough out into a 10 inch (25 centimetres) square and cut ½ inch wide strips. The pears will need approximately 6 to 7 strips to be covered entirely. Cut out two 1.5 inches (4 centimetres) from the puff pastry.
Place a square of puff pastry onto the base of each pear, covering the fruit-filled cavity.
Starting from the base of the stem, wrap the puff pastry strips around the pear, attaching new strips of pastry when the original strip runs out, until you reach the base of the pear. When attaching strips together, lightly dampen the end of each strip with some water and gently press the next strip to the end currently on the poached pear. Each new strip should slightly overlap with the bottom of each previous strip. Place onto the prepared baking sheet. Repeat with the second pear.
With a sharp paring knife, cut out 2 leaf shapes from the remaining puff pastry. Score veins into the leaf shapes using the tip of the knife. Attach a leaf to each pear. Brush the back sides of the leaves with a bit of water and gently press onto the top of the pear, attaching the leaf shape close to the stem.
Lightly brush puff pastry with egg wash, and sprinkle the puff pastry with sugar. Place wrapped pears into the preheated oven for 15 to 20 minutes or until pastry is a golden brown.
While the pears are baking, reduce the poaching liquid to ½ cup (120 millilitres); about 20 minutes. The poaching liquid should be thick and syrup.
Place about 2 tablespoons (30 millilitres) of the reduction onto a serving plate, and carefully transfer pears using an offset spatula onto the dish. If desired, garnish with fresh strawberries.