|Raising Dough: Feed the Kids|
|by Kidwell Realtors-Linda|
This cookbook is dedicated to all children who have gone to bed hungry. This is our way of saying you have not been forgotten.
11 - 20 of 52 for no shortening pie dough
Mix flour, sugar ... even texture. Cut shortening into flour mixture. ... 15 minutes before rolling any out. Use as needed. Can be kept for several days.
With fork mix together flour, shortening, sugar and ... With hands mold dough in a ball. ... refrigerator for at least 3 days or frozen until ready to use.
Mix together flour, shortening and salt. Mix together egg, vinegar and water. Add egg mixture to the flour mixture. Blend.
Mix together. Mix ... with flour. Work dough until soft, approximately ... a filling with no top crust, punch ... out steam once the filling is in place.
Make a well ... eggs, salt and shortening. Rub together ... form a stiff dough. Knead - ... as possible. Then cut dough into strips about 2 inch squares.
Cut in dry ... small balls of dough and roll each ... 375 degrees until golden brown. Place fried tarts on paper towel to drain when removing from hot oil.
Roll out and top with topping. Double this recipe to use on a cookie sheet. Bake at 400 degrees for 35 to 40 minutes.
First mix flour, salt and shortening. Then add remaining ingredients. Makes 6 single or 3 double pies. This dough will keep for some time in refrigerator.
Beat 1 egg ... 1/2 cup cold water (mixed together). Mix in flour to form dough. Dough can be kept in refrigerator and used as wanted for a couple weeks.
Mix flour, sugar, ... vinegar in 1/2 cup water and add enough water to make a full cup of liquid. Mix with other ingredients. Makes 2 double crust pies.
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