Tara's StoryNo rolling pin required for this easy, tasty pie crust. I don't think I'll buy another pre-made pie shell again!
This is my version of a recipe I found on the internet.
1 1/2 c
all purpose flour
1Sift flour, sugar, and salt into a 9-inch pie plate.
2In a 1-cup measuring cup, whisk together oil and milk and pour over flour mixture.
3Using a fork, mix until completely dampened. Press dough evenly over bottom of pie plate then up sides and over rim.
4Bake according to pie filling/recipe directions. OR if using as a baked pie shell, bake in a preheated oven at 425 for 12 to 15 minutes.
Rose Rauhauser NewYorkWoman - Nov 13, 2011
Tara, thanks for posting this. I usually don't make a crust for just the bottom crust pies but this is sooo easy and looks beautiful. So glad you posted it. I'll use it this week. Just a personal note, I have family and friends in Boston, are you near that? Also, I went to high school in the Bronx, NY with a Lillian Pacheco it would be funny if you were related? She was a good friend and a fantastic basketball player too. Again, thanks for posting.
Tara Pacheco tnj2008 - Nov 13, 2011
I am about 40 miles from Boston. It's a great city! Pacheco is my married name. Yes, that would be funny! lol.. I hope you enjoy the recipe.
SHARON HUNTER HUNTERSBEST - Nov 13, 2011
i've had a recipe like this for over 30yrs.,,,,was my mother-in-law's...she used to use it for her graham cracker pie,,lemon meringue,,cottage cheese pie,,,and a few others,,,she was a great cook,,,learned alot from her,,,everything was always from scratch,,,but,,she made a white cake with slivers of chocolate in it and maraschino cherries in it and she never wrote that recipe down,,,or i couldn't find it,,,it was awesome...anyone out their have a recipe like that??? thanks,,,hope u all have a wonderful week!!