Cherry turnovers are a pastry made by placing a cherry filling on a piece of dough. The dough is folded over and sealed. Then, the individual turnovers are baked or deep-fried for a golden and flaky crust. Tart cherries make the best pies. Since they need added sugar to be palatable, their juices meld with the sugar when baking. The results are tasty perfection!
Right now, I don't have any cherry turnovers on hand; so. I decided to honour the cherry turnover with a photo of a couple of cherries.
Fruit at this time of year is in abundance. What is your favourite fruit for baking?