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Fresh peaches + pancake mix + cast-iron skillet + campstove = ??

sweetpotater Sep 14, 2012 08:57 AM

Well, I have what you see above. No lid for the skillet. What sort of slump/grunt/cobbler desserty thing can I concoct from that?

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    magiesmom RE: sweetpotater Sep 14, 2012 09:03 AM

    use the pancake mix to make biscuits, drop them on the sliced peaches, cover with foil, cook on low heat

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      sweetpotater RE: magiesmom Sep 14, 2012 09:21 AM

      Hm. I don't even know how to use the mix (Bob's Red Mill) to make biscuits.

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        sunshine842 RE: sweetpotater Sep 14, 2012 09:27 AM

        do you not have a bag/box in which it is contained?

        The website is chockablock full of recipes: http://www.bobsredmill.com/recipes.ph...

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          antimony RE: sweetpotater Sep 14, 2012 09:32 AM

          Basically, add less water.

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            sweetpotater RE: antimony Sep 14, 2012 10:40 AM

            I didn't see anything on the website to help me. I will try the add-less-water tactic.

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              sunshine842 RE: sweetpotater Sep 14, 2012 10:53 AM

              it's Bisquick, but it's really not much different:



              A long list of peach desserts:


      2. sunshine842 RE: sweetpotater Sep 14, 2012 09:06 AM

        If you have a piece of tinfoil, you could do a riff on a Dutch baby


        haven't made it, but it at least points you in the right direction.

        1. chefj RE: sweetpotater Sep 14, 2012 05:18 PM

          Peach Pancakes

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            chocolatetartguy RE: sweetpotater Sep 14, 2012 08:01 PM

            Earlier this summer there was a slump/grunt/cobbler recipe on this site for berries (blue?) and nectarines. It was very easy and should work for your ingredients. Basically the top crust was drop biscuits (all purpose flour and cornmeal) on top of the fruit that expanded to cover the whole thing.

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