Recipe by ARVILLALAR
"Peach cobbler made in a skillet. In place of pie crust, try using biscuits."
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1 (10 ounce) package
pie crust mix
fresh peaches - pitted, skinned, and sliced
1 1/2 tablespoons
Oh, man, this is so good! I don't know what it is that makes it so good, because it's basically a peach pie, but to me it is so much better! Maybe it's the cast iron skillet? I used my own pie crust and guessed on the peaches, because I had to cut out a bunch of spots, but it came out wonderful! I also added about a tablespoon of flour. Serve warm with ice cream or whipped cream! Yeah for summer!
What did the comment at the top about biscuits have to do with this pie?
I didn't have an 8 inch skillet, so i used my 9 inch pie pan. I used frozen crusts on top and bottom and brushed the top crust with half&half. The pie has a wonderful flavor, but is runny. I may experiment with thickening it next time. I omitted the butter and salt and added a sprinkling of ground orange peels along with the cinnamon. This is a quick, easy recipe... and goes wonderful with real vanilla ice cream. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm : )
This is an awesome recipe, it is so quick to make. I used nectarines instead of peaches. It had the
I used homemade pie crust. Rolled one big oversized crust, layed it in the skillet, added the fresh peaches,folded overlap over the peaches. Used dash of nutmeg, no cinnamon dotted with butter. My mom says not to season fresh peaches with cinnamon they have their own spice.
This is basically a fruit gallette. I didn't really realize this until I was halfway finished preparing it. :o) I have a recipe for a gallette that has a few more ingredients (lemon juice, raisins, flour) and a few more steps, but either recipe is hard to mess up. If you don't like all the juices from the peaches soaking into the gallette, you can use a cookie sheet with a rim or a jelly roll pan. It'll make it drier that way. Either way, very simple, very good. Easily adjusted for whatever type of fruit you feel like using. I've made galettes with canned and frozen fruit--just make sure you drain canned fruit and adjust sugar accordingly. I prefer mixing the sugar, salt and cinnamon together instead of just sprinkling. Otherwise, good recipe. Easy way to impress when entertaining!
This skillet peach pie is delicious! And easy...I used about 10 medium peaches and upped the cinnamon and sugar a bit...and I also increased the baking time to 40 minutes. It cuts cleans and comes out easily. The skillet only needed a paper towel to clean.
This recipe will be added to my recipe file!
Very good summer pie. I am not a huge fan of peaches but wanted to take a summery dish to a BBQ and everyone loved it including me.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Skillet Peach Pie
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 160
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