As I prefer savory over sweet, I don't tend to make desserts very often, but I never can resist treating my friends and family to the fruits of my kitchen. This past weekend, I paid a visit to my Dad. As blueberries are currently in season, on this particular occasion I decided they were to be the focus of my attentions. Dumplings are gently simmered in a blueberry syrup, and the final result is surprising like a baked pudding. Much enjoyed by the diners in the house, this is an easy, yet satisfying dessert.
Feel free to substitute any type of berry for the blueberries. You might even want to consider using fresh pitted cherries instead.
|Dumplings in Blueberry Syrup|
|Recipe by Lisa Turner|
Published on August 12, 2008
Warm flour dumplings cooked in a delicious fresh blueberry syrup — a simple dessert that always pleases