Recipe by s. warren
"This requires a flaky pie dough instead of a drop biscuit style topping. If you want to use a refrigerator pie crust instead of making your own that works just fine and the end result is well worth it!"
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5 (14.5 ounce) cans
tart pitted cherries packed in water, drained
pastry for double-crust pie
This was very good. I could've drained
off a little juice as it was very juicy but the flavor was great! I had 3 29 oz.
cans of tart cherries so I added a little bit more sugar and a tablespoon more tapioca. Other than that, I followed the recipe exactly. The almond flavoring I almost left out but I was glad I didn't because it is a subtle but very nice flavor with the cherries.
I had a pound of fresh sour cherries so I decided to use thoes. Because I only had a pound I halved the rest of the recipe. I thought it was really good but the tapioca was soft but it did leave a texture that I didn't particularly care for. My favorite is to use about a tablespoon of liquid pectin for a thickener. I also used one crust and made cut outs so you could see the berries. The brown sugar really gave it a subtle richness. I'll be making again with frozen cherries most likely.
Very good. I could only find one brand of cherries in water and it was 2.60 a can so using 5 cans, this recipe can get pricey.
This is a good cobbler and not too sweet. I added a little less than 1 TBSP cornstarch because one reviewer commented how juicy it was and I didn't want it too come out too soupy. For us it was perfect. I also rolled out the 2 pie crusts separately and sprinkled a little cinnamon-sugar in between. Great!
This was delicious! i used 1/2 can cherries and 1/2 fresh cherries, and the results were amazing! I can not keep my husband away from it! LOL i do prefer the traditional style cobbler topping, but this i will make again. Yummy.
I thought my Mom was the only one who made them this way..just as good as Mom made. Thanks!!
Sooo delicious and very easy to make! I cut the pie crust into strips/lattice and used a cookie cutter to decorate...
This cobbler is currently baking, so I can't speak to the taste; however, I wanted to mention that I couldn't find cherries in water or cans of the right ounces. Instead, I bought the "More Fruit" brand and rinsed them in a strainer. Afterwards, I only added one of the sugars. The consistency and flavor seemed accurate upon a pre-baked taste test.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Tart Cherry Cobbler
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 56
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