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Peach cobbler

The cobbler is similar to a classic crumble and is a popular dish in the English and American kitchens. This is a lovely fruity dessert that you can vary with endlessly. You could replace the peaches with apples or blueberries. You could even create a savoury version of the cobbler.

Recipe for 24 pieces.

Peach cobbler

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Ingredients

12

 

peaches

1

 

vanilla pod

1

 

lemon

100

g

brown caster sugar

4

cm

fresh ginger, grated

100

g

almond flour

200

g

self-raising flour

100

g

white caster sugar

200

g

butter

Preparation method

  • Peel (monder) the peaches. Score the skin of the peaches and blanche in boiling water for about ten seconds. Cool them in iced water and remove the skin.
  • Cut the peaches in half and remove the pit.
  • Quarter each peach half into four equally sized slices.
  • Scrape the seeds from the vanilla pod and combine in a bowl with the ginger, brown caster sugar, and the lemon zest.
  • Use this to marinate the peaches.
  • Mix the almond flour and self-raising flour.
  • Mix the soft butter and the white caster sugar.
  • Stir the flour mixture through the butter to create a smooth batter.
  • Place the peaches in baking moulds if you want to serve them loose, or in porcelain if you want to serve the cobbler immediately.
  • Spoon some of the batter on top of the peaches and even out with a wet spoon.
  • Bake the cobblers at 170˚C for 25 minutes.
  • If you want to serve them loose, turn the cobblers as soon as they come out of the oven, so that they can drop from the moulds. You can also bake the cobbler in porcelain and serve in the dish.

Serving suggestions

  • Serve with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream.
  • Make a smaller version to use in a composition with components of almond, vanilla, and white chocolate.
  • Delicious with basil, cinnamon and yoghurt.

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