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I recently ate a Pecan Cobbler in Canton, TX. It came from Sysco Foods. I would love to have the recipe. It was layers of danish crust, butter and a thick maple/caramel flavored syrup with pecans. They served it warm with ice cream on top. Does anyone have this recipe or one close to it? Thanks a bunch.
I'm sorry I don't have the recipe for you, but we're in Canton often. Where did you eat the cobbler. Was it at First Monday or a restaurant?
Pecan Tree Restaraunt's Pecan Cobbler
Servings: 1Categories: Cobblers / Desserts
Directions:Preheat oven to 350-degrees. In a large bowl, beat eggs well and add syrup. In a seperate bowl, combine flour with melted butter. Add flour mixture to eggs. Stir in salt and sugar and beat by hand until well-mixed. Place pie pastry in bottom of a large rectangular baking pan. Sprinkle pecans evenly over pastry. Pour mixture into pan, being sure that pecans remain evenly distributed. Bake 1-1/2 hours, or until knife inserted in center comes out clean. Serve warm of cold. Top with vanilla ice cream if desired. NOTE: The restaraunt uses a 16-by-10-by-3-inch bakng pan for this recipe.
This one from a different Restaurant sounds Good~Alliea
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1½ hours | 30 min prep
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