PIE CRUST

From the Kitchen of Granny Gomes

I always thought pies were hard to make, I stayed to making cakes.  Then when Granny came to visit  way back when (because we moved far, far away),she gave me her wonderful pie crust recipe.  When I made this recipe it was is so easy……please see more

Glad I had a mind to write it down and not lose it. It also  brings back good memories of our Granny Gomes.

 IN A MIXING BOWL ADD 

1   Cup & 2 Tbls.  Crisco

1   tsp.    Salt

7  Tbl.    Cold Water

 MIX TOGETHER UNTIL SMOOTH & CREAMY – THEN

3  Cups      Flour   (add all at once)

 MIX AND ROLL OUT 

Add Filling – Fruit, Pumpkin, or what have you. And bake according to the pie filling time.   As you can see I’m an official baker, so this is what I go buy and it works GREAT! ENJOY

 TIP  For ease in rolling, wrap dough in plastic wrap. Chill for 30 minutes or up to 2 days.

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