I have a question about the recipe "Any Fruit Upside-Down Cake" from erinmcdowell. I'm going to make this today! I have some beautiful just ripe freestone peaches and was wondering if I really need to peel them before halving. Thanks!
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As in, you'd prefer to peel them after halving? Or you'd rather no peel them at all?
Well, the recipe doesn't state whether or not to peel larger fruit, like apricots or in my case, peaches. So I'm just wondering if I need too or not, for the recipe to succeed. Thanks.
I suppose its preference, but I personally don't care for skins in baked goods so I would definitely peel them.
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