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Strawberry Pandowdy

May/June 2011

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A truly old-fashioned dessert, “pandowdy” is said to refer to the cutting up of the flaky crust, or “dowdy-ing,” toward the end of the baking time. Once the crust is cut, the bubbly fruit cooks up around the crust. This dessert is good with whichever berries are ripe at the moment. In early summer go for strawberries. Serve with ice cream or frozen yogurt.


Strawberry Pandowdy Recipe

1 Review for Strawberry Pandowdy

04/20/2013
Soooo Yummy

This was so easy to make and turned out so good. I used whole wheat pastry flour and topped it with a little light ice cream. Awesome dessert!

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