|Burton Anderson's Best Italian Wines|
|by Burton Anderson|
It can be a complex business navigating your way round the wine names, regions, wineries, winemakers and grape varieties you need to know in order...
Results 1 - 10 of 59 for flaky pie crust
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No matter how ... always will be flaky and tender. The ... to 5 single crusts. Combine the ... for 30 minutes. Pie crust may be ... (2 tops/3 bottom crusts).
Mix with fork ... between sheets of waxed paper. Makes 1 large single crust or 2 small crusts. Best to make one recipe at a time, guaranteed to never fail.
In bowl, mix flour, sugar, and salt. Cut in shortening, and blend until completely mixed. In another bowl, mix vinegar, water and egg, and add to ...
This makes two crusts or a bottom and a top crust.
Place shortening in ... ball. Makes 2 crusts. For single ... baking, crimp edges and prick liberally with tines of a fork. Or use crusts for filled pie.
Cut shortening into flour with pastry blender. Put vinegar in milk, add to flour mixture. Roll out half and fit into one pan, then do the other half.
Preheat oven to ... larger than inverted pie plate. Gently lift ... fork. For single crust pie baked with ... with sugar. Bake as recommended for filling.
Put Crisco in bowl. Add boiling water and beat with fork until it looks like whipped cream. Add milk and still using fork mix well. Add in thirds, ...
Sift the flour ... knead gently until dough is smooth. Divide in half; wrap in foil and refrigerate 20 minutes. Makes 2 single or 1 double crust 9" pie.
Combine flour and ... Sprinkle with water, toss lightly with fork until dough will form a ball. Roll and put into pan. Makes 1 double crust for 9-inch pie.
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