PEACH COBBLER
 
Serves 8 to 10 
 
2   29 oz.) cans peaches, sliced
1 cup  sugar
1-1/2 tsp  cinnamon
  shortening
3 cup  biscuit mix
2   eggs
1 cup  milk
 
Line Dutch oven with aluminum foil and place oven over coals with some 
coals on lid. Put about 6 tablespoons shortening in small pan. Put near 
heat to melt. When Dutch oven is hot, put peaches in with no more than 1/2 
cup of the juice. Sprinkle 1 cup of sugar and 1 1/2 teaspoons of cinnamon 
on fruit. Put lid back on with some coals on top. Put 3 cups of biscuit 
mix, 2 eggs, 6 tablespoons of melted shortening, and 1 cup of milk in bowl 
and mix thoroughly. Remove lid from Dutch oven. Drop dough one spoonful 
at a time onto the top of the fruit. Use one spoon to take the dough out 
of the bowl and the second spoon to push dough off the first spoon on the 
fruit. DO THIS QUICKLY TO RETAIN HEAT IN DUTCH OVEN. Do not spread the 
dough around or smooth the dough out. Put lid on oven with coals under 
the oven and on the lid (400 degrees). Check in 5 minutes. If a crust 
has started to form, the fire is much too hot. There should be no visible 
change in the surface of the dough. Check in 10 minutes. If there is a 
very light crust starting to form, the heat is just right. If there is no 
crust forming, add more coals. If there is a hard crust or some browning, 
remove coals to reduce heat. Check in 20 minutes. The biscuit dough 
should be starting to brown now. This should be a light brown. If it is 
a dark brown, remove most of the coals from the lid. If there is no 
browning, add more coals to the lid. This should be done in about 30 
minutes. Test by pushing a piece of clean straw or a wood splinter into 
the dough and pulling it out. If it comes out dry or with dry crumbs, it 
is done. Remove Dutch oven from the fire and allow the cobbler to cool a 
while before serving. This will take 45 minutes to complete if you are 
starting with a good bed of coals. Allow about 30 minutes additional time 
to cool. SUGGESTIONS: Any canned or fresh fruit can be used. If you use 
fresh fruit, you will need at least 6 to 8 cups of sliced fruit or berries 
and at least 2 cups of sugar. Add water in place of the canned juice. 
Serve plain or with milk. 
 
 
 
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