Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Mixed Berry Cobbler: Tuesday's with Dorie


Today's recipe from Baking: From My Home to Your's, was a simple fruit cobbler--nothing fancy, just nice berries topped with a homey biscuit crust. Very comforting and easy. The lemon zest gave the berry filling a nice freshness and the plain topping was perfect to sop up all of the juices and let the fruit be the star. Not too sweet, this will be good for my breakfast tomorrow!

I did change this recipe just a bit. I cut it down by 1/3 and added 2 cups of mixed berries and peaches (more than the recipe called for but I definitely wouldn't want less). I also added a dash of cinnamon to the fruit and used buttermilk instead of the heavy cream in the topping. Instead of rolling out the dough, after mixing it with my hands, I globbed it on top of the fruit and spread it out to cover, giving it a more rustic feel. I was also scant with the sugar in the filling. Nice recipe! It would be just perfect with Blue Bell's new summer flavor, Blackberry Cobbler ice cream--yum!


3 comments:

Jacque said...

Mmmm, sounds like you made all of the right adjustments. It looks delish!!

Shelly said...

Looks yummy! I was picking mulberries and will try your recipe with some blueberries, mulberries and strawberries! I am visiting you today via the foodie blog roll :)

Jj said...

Looks wonderful - perfect summer dessert, thanks!