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My Czechoslovakian Nana Edith used to make these every Summer. We'd look forward to her call telling us she found ripe peaches, & to please come to lunch. She taught my mother to make them & she taught me. They may take a little practice & patience, but are well worth it! We still make a meal of them, but are great after a big salad or small dinner. I usually use only four large peaches since the dough is the best part! Can be served hot, cold, or room temp. They can also be made smaller with apricots.

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Directions Edit

  • Stir together flour, eggs and four tablespoons of the cream until a stiff dough forms, just holds together.
  • Add more cream ONLY if the dough isn't holding together.
  • Mix in salt, Sugar & the melted butter.
  • Knead on floured board until smooth, about 8-10 times.
  • Cover with a warm bowl and let rest for 1/2 hour.
  • Put a LARGE pot of lightly salted water on to boil.
  • Wash and dry peaches, but DO NOT PEEL OR PIT!
  • After dough has rested, cut into four equal pieces.
  • Flatten& stretch each piece of dough around one peach.
  • Make sure entire peach is covered& there are no holes!
  • Place dumplings in boiling water, cover & cook for 20 minutes.
  • Remove with slotted spoon, drain well & put each peach in its own bowl.
  • Split the dumplings with two forks.
  • We leave the pits in for presentation, but they can be taken out.
  • Drizzle each dumpling with cinnamon sugar & clarified butter to taste.

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