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A question about a recipe: Emile Henry Peach Cobbler

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I have a question about the recipe "Emile Henry Peach Cobbler" from Food52. Can you use frozen peaches? If so, how?

asked by Judi 17 days ago

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cv
cv
added 17 days ago

Like the other (Flame Peach Cobbler) recipe, the original recipe at the Emily Henry website (linked in the Food52 recipe) suggests using two 1 lb. cans of peaches in lieu of fresh ones, so I'm guessing that frozen peaches would work. I suppose you will want to defrost them first, then proceed with the rest of the recipe.

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Smaug
added 17 days ago

Sort of an oddball recipe, but it depends partly on the peaches to hydrate the cake mix; frozen (and defrosted) would probably work better than fresh for that.

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BerryBaby
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added 16 days ago

Thaw, drain and use as you would fresh peaches. I've done this many times. We have a beautiful 'you pick' peach orchard and it's hard to stop picking as the peaches are gorgeous. Needless to say, I freeze most of them. One pound of frozen peaches equals 3 cups fresh.

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