I debated all week whether or not I was going to make this recipe - really just because of the vast quantites of blueberries it was going to take to make the Double-Crusted Blueberry Pie (as chosen by Amy of South in Your Mouth - where you will find the recipe.)
My solution that I finally settled on wasn't so much in the ingredients (though I fiddled a tiny bit by using brown sugar in the filling) as in the method. I wasn't sure if it was going to work exactly right, but since I had absolutely no use for a full pie (and no one to give it to this week) I decided that attempting to turn these in to turnovers was my best bet. It made four turnovers, which was totally manageable for our house.
So, here you have a half recipe of filling with a single crust portion of dough. I simply rolled the dough into about an 1/8-inch thick (and approximately 12x12-inch square), trimmed the edges and cut that into four squares. Since I "overtoasted" (aka, blackened) my breadcrumbs by forgetting them in the oven while preheating (yeah, I'm really aware like that), and since I didn't have anymore bread, I just used one crumbled Ritz butter cracker per square. I then topped the cracker crumbs with about 1/8 cup (a large spoonful) of filling. I egg washed two sides and folded the top down to make the triangles and sealed the edges with a fork. All that was left to do was the egg wash and a couple of venting slits on the crust. I sprinkled the turnovers liberally with raw sugar and baked them til golden in a 400 degree F oven for about 22 minutes. Then I just took them out on the baking sheet and let them cool for a few minutes before I let them sit on a cooling rack.
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