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Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Best Peach Cobbler Ever And Peach Melba

If you want the best Peach Cobbler Recipes that you've ever tasted in your life then your in the right place. Because believe me I do have the best recipes for Peach Cobbler that you'll ever try in your life. Yes the best recipes for Peach Cobbler you will ever try.


Peach, A golden yellow, fuzzy round fruit with yellow or white meat surrounding a brownish-red pit. Peaches are sweet, juicy, and fragrant. They are often classified as clingstone or freestone, depending on how difficult or easy it is to seperate the pit from flesh. Peaches make excellent jams, pies, and sauces. They can also be used in salads, desserts, pies, cakes, and ice cream.

Selection, A deep gold or yellow skin is the sign of a ripe peach, not the rosy blush, which distinguishes certain varieties. A strong, perfumy aroma is also a sign of ripeness. Don't ever buy peaches with wrinkles or brown spots. Storage, Peaches bruise easily, so handle them with care. Use the softest fruit first. Serve ripe peaches immediately, or store in the refrigerator. For the fullest flavor, serve ripe peaches at room temperature. Store unripe peaches in a loosely covered paper bag or bowl. Check them daily. Peaches are ripe when they yield slightly to gentle pressure.

To prevent sliced peaches from browning, sprinkle lemon juice or orange juice over them and toss gently.

To speed ripening, place peaches in a loosely closed paper bag at room temperature for 1 - 2 days. Check them daily because ripening can happen rapidly.

Peach Melba

A dessert made with poached peach halfs, vanilla ice cream, and raspberry sauce. Peach Melba was created in the late 1800's by French Chef Auguste Escoffier for Dame Nellie Melba, a popular Australian Opera Singer.

Peach Melba Recipe

1. One 10 or 12 Ounce Package Raspberries not in syrup.

2. 1/2 Cup Red Currant Jelly.

3. One Tablespoon Water.

4. One Tablespoon Orange Liqueur.

5. One Tablespoon Corn Starch.

6. Six Canned Peach Halfs.

7. Vanilla Ice Cream.

Place the raspberries in a one and a half quart glass bowl. Microwave for three to four minutes or until thawed. Press your thawed raspberries through a food sieve to get rid of the seeds.

Add the jelly to the raspberries and microwave until the jelly melts. Stir to mix well.

Combine the water and liqueur and stir in the corn starch. Add corn starch mixture to your berry mixture and microwave for 2 - 3 minutes until mixture thickens. Stir together well and then chill very well.

Place each peach half cut side up in an individual dessert dish. Top each peach with a scoop of ice cream. Pour the raspberry sauce over the ice cream on top of each peach half.

You could if you wish make this dessert in one big dessert dish like in the photo above. I hope you get to try Peach Melba real soon because it is so delicious.