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Pan dowdy

A North American pudding containing apples, similar in style to cobbler. Halfway through the baking time, the dough crust is broken-up and pressed into the fruit - this is called 'dowdying'. Pan dowdy's are traditionally sweetened with maple syrup and served with cream flavoured with nutmeg.

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