Research Note Source: " Dr. Chase's Last and Complete Work" published 1899
Submitted by Penny Bailey <pkbailey@worldnet.att.net>Apple Turn-Over Pudding, Baked

Apples, sugar, butter, nutmeg, a little salt and pie-paste. Directions-Sufficient nice tart apples to fill such a pudding-dish as the family demands; peel, slice and put into the dish, which has been buttered; cover with good pie-paste, and bake in a quick oven. When done, "turn-over" upon suitable plate, and spread upon the apples 3 or 4 table-spoons of sugar, and butter half the size of an egg. and a pinch of salt, mixing with a spoon a little on the top; then grate on some nutmeg. Serve hot. The sugar, butter, and nutmeg on it form a sauce, but milk or cream passed with it will suit some better. Of course, this may be "turned over" with peaches as well as with apples.
Additional note from Linda Simmons <simmons@clandjop.com>

My grandmother called the following pie paste: 1/2 c butter (fresh from the cow), 1/2 teasp salt, 1 teasp baking powder, 1 teasp sugar, 1 c flour. Mix to consistency of cornmeal. Using 2 tablesp ice cold water (not ice), work dough till easy to handle. Grease pan before putting pie paste in pan.
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