Breaking News
Home / Tag Archives: Flour (page 3)

Tag Archives: Flour

Chess Pie

Chess Pie is simple, rich, and best served with strong coffee. Many people find it quite addictive. Try taking just one bite, there’s a high chance that you won’t stop eating until it’s gone.  Crust Basic Pie Dough for a single-crust pie Filling 2 cups sugar, 2 tbsp flour, 1 …

Read More »

Shaker Lemon Pie

Customers will return again and again just for this pie. This recipe is absolutely amazing and incredibly easy. There are so few and simple ingredients that you don’t even need a recipe to remember them. What is more, because Shaker Lemon Pie uses the entire lemon except the seeds and stems—rind, pith, pulp, juice—it provides an explosion …

Read More »

Apple Crumble Pie

Apple Crumble Pie is sometimes called “Dutch apple pie,” and is built in two layers. It doesn’t matter how you call it, the pie is simply delicious and usually a pie-stand favorite. It’s special because of the the soft, cinnamony comfort of the apple filling accompanied by the crunchy, buttery topping. You have to …

Read More »

Strawberry Crumble Pie

Strawberries are usually available and quite affordable, however obtaining them at optimal ripeness is fairly dependable. Strawberry Crumble Pie is topped with a crumble, which gives it that je ne sais quoi in the form of richer taste and more texture. Crust Basic Pie Dough for a single-crust pie Filling 2–3 pints whole fresh …

Read More »

Veggie Pot Pie

Veggie Pot Pie is something special because, for a change, you fill  your belly with something savory instead of sweet. All that buttery crust overflowing with thick, warm gravy. All those colors of mushy, miniature vegetables. This pie is quite healthy, hearty, and hospitable, so that it should be recognized as the …

Read More »

Mississippi Mud Pie

Given that the Mighty (and muddy) Mississippi flows along the eastern border of Iowa, Mississippi Mud Pie is a no-brainer representative for the Iowa state fair. The versions of this pie can be wildly different, but, in general, you just throw in anything chocolate. Try making it with fudge-covered mocha ice …

Read More »

Peach Pie with Lard Crust

This Peach Pie with Lard Crust is one of the best contests at the Iowa State Fair. After the judges are done deliberating over it, it’s shared with the audience. The lard crust is delicious, and pay attention how cinnamon is balanced with the peaches. This is a classic grandma pie, and when you …

Read More »

Black Raspberry Pie

Black Raspberry Pie is one of the absolute show-stealing pies. It’s delicious because of great  ingredients; and if you add your good heart and happy soul, the pie will taste even better. CRUST Ingredients: 2 cups flour, pinch of salt, 2⁄3 cup lard, 2⁄3 cup ice water (use as little as possible). FILLING …

Read More »

Lemon Chess Pie

When life gives you lemons…blah, blah, blah. But still, there’s something helpful and true about this cliché. Healing is about taking what is bitter (death of a partner, car accident, tax audits, lemons, you get the picture) and adding something sweet, such as two whole cups of sugar. Well, you may find this Lemon …

Read More »

Apple Pie

Apple pie is probably the first pie the majority of housewives learn how to make. It’s also one of the most loved pies around the world. CRUST Basic Pie Dough for a double-crust pie FILLING Ingredients: 7–10 large apples (tart apples are best, such as Granny Smith), peeled, pinch of salt, 1–2 tsp …

Read More »