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I was so glad to find this recipe.I knew how to make this, but the basic dough recipe, I couldn't remember. My Babcia, Polish wonderful lady, made these for us when I was young and I always thought no one could ever make them like she did. It is not hard to make ,but time consuming, and be patient with the dough, the results with the butter and sugar over the peaches, will be worth it all.Thank you so much, you don't know how happy I was to find exactly what I wanted. Happy Baking.... Patsy

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grammapatsy7 August 31, 2007

Our family serves peach dumplings as a main-course side dish to pan-fried pork chops. To unsweeten Nana Edith's recipe, exchange two heaping tablespoons of baking powder for the sugar, then proceed with the he recipe as stated. When ready to serve, slice the dumpling in half, remove the pit, put a dollop of cottage cheese on the hot dumpling and drizzle with melted butter.

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patricia.e.smetana September 10, 2009

Thank you! Like Patsy, I remember this from childhood but couldn't remember how to make the dough. You can also use this with plums, cottage cheese and other fruits. Our neighbor in Berwyn, IL used to make all kinds! But peaches are the best. Jill

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jm771 July 02, 2008
Nana Edith's Peach Dumplings