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Apple-Raisin Pandowdy

Recipe photo courtesy of Dana Gallagher

A pandowdy is a fruit dessert, usually sweetened with brown sugar or molasses, that's closely related to a pie -- without the bottom crust. Its pastry top is broken with a spoon halfway through cooking so the collapsed bits soak up the juices and soften. For ours, we used brown sugar and apples and raisins laced with cardamom and allspice.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, August 2005
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  • suebooker3680128
    9 NOV, 2017
    I have made this pie so many times in the past several years. It has a real "wow" factor and is super delicious. It has a perfect combination of fruit and pastry. Also, it is very easy.
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  • MS10394637
    10 SEP, 2015
    I would like to try this recipe, but the recipe says 2 tablespoons of flour for the 11 inch crust?
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