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I'd see this as one effort to make dough for 3 double-crust pies, since dough freezes well.
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Posted to Thread #30604 at 5:16 pm on Nov 19, 2018
I'd consider baking a pie sooner if I know the dough is already ready. For example, I have fresh peach filling (3), fresh apple filling (2) and fresh raspberries, blackberries and blueberries in the freezer, but no dough prepped. So no pies.
Last two pies I baked were made with Immaculate Rolled Pie dough and TJ rolled pie dough. I have yet to trust my own abilities when it comes to pie dough. In fact, when it turns out well, I'm always a little bit shocked.
I'm making my Sweet Potato Pie for T-Day and that uses a cookie dough so I still won't be making a fresh fruit pie.
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Other messages in this thread:
- 30604. Can somebody read the recipe at the link and tell me how many piecrusts it makes?… [LINK] - MariaDNoCA - 6:04am on 11/19/18 (7)
- Hi Maria, I read through it and she does say cut 1/6 of the dough and roll to make - LisainLA - 6:26am on 11/19/18
- That’s what it seems like to me too! I wonder why she has you make so much pie dough... - MariaDNoCA - 7:32am on 11/19/18
- I'd see this as one effort to make dough for 3 double-crust pies, since dough freezes well. - MarilynFL - 5:16pm on 11/19/18
- Hummm, don’t know if I’d use this crust for that as it’s a puff pastry... - MariaDNoCA - 5:27am on 11/20/18
- ah...totally missed the puff reference. [NT] - MarilynFL - 2:34pm on 11/20/18
- The filling sounds amazing!! I'd cut the pastry recipe in half...that's easy...and freeze the rest [NT] - cheezz - 7:52am on 11/21/18
- Review: don’t make this pie. - MariaDNoCA - 1:12am on 11/25/18