Name after Dame Nellie Melba, Australian Famous Soprano Opera Singer. In 1892 the chef from The Savoy Hotel in London prepared a delightful dish to commemorate Nellie Melba and the Peach Melba was invented. Who knows if Pie Makers were invented back then this Pie may have been made before I decided to ‘Pie Maker’ it.
It is a bit different to this dish but the flavours are essentially similar.
Stone fruits are in season here at the moment and quite economical, so fresh sweet and pretty they almost have a perfume quality about them.
We used our trusty ancient Sunbeam Pie Magic Four but this recipe can be made in any brand of pie maker.
We do hope you give it a try.

INGREDIENTS:
2 sheets puff pastry
2 peaches
40g cream cheese
50g raspberry jam.

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4 Comments

RetiredSchoolCook · March 8, 2020 at 12:05 am

Looking so tasty and good .

Becky · March 8, 2020 at 12:05 am

I love the story about the Peach Melba, We have made it before but we grilled the peaches, used raspberry jam for the glaze then Vanilla ice cream here we come! My Pie maker is no more, so sad, but the flip side is that I will be at some point getting the Ninja pressure cooker & bread machine that makes jam, ( I use the one I have so much I want a back up plan) Have a wonderful day!!!!!

Down under on the farm in Australia · March 8, 2020 at 12:05 am

Thank you looks andsounds yummy. Thank you for sharing your vlog from Michelle in qld

David · March 8, 2020 at 12:05 am

Yummy 🤗

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