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Treacle Dowdy
Puddings and Sweet Deserts
Endangered

Dish of stewed fruit (plums, apples) with treacle under a crust which is broken part way through the cooking to allow the liquid treacle to permeate the paste and form a soft part-caramelised topping.

See:
Coriander Dowdy
Dowdy (or Pandowdy)

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