November 19, 2020 | Food Trends


Holiday Pies Tips & Tricks


  • Prevent your pie crusts from burning by wrapping the edges with foil after it has browned but before the filling is completely set.
  • Using a metal/aluminum pie pan will produce a baked through crust as the metal conducts more quickly and evenly.
  • For the flakiest pie crusts, make sure your fat is ice cold. This ensures that the fat doesn’t melt too quickly in the dough and creates pockets of steam lending to the flaky texture.

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