Recipe by Misty
"This is an old Italian recipe for a pie with a sweet crust--just like from the old country. My in-laws are Italian and they say that this is the best pie. It is always requested for Christmas. Mini chocolate bits and lemon rind can be mixed into the batter."
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miniature semisweet chocolate chips, or to taste
eggs, lightly beaten
This recipe is indeed an old itilian recipe. MY mother in law is from Italy and I have made one very similar for many years. I will try this one for this Easter. This kind of cheese pie is very different from a regular cheam cheese pie, I think you have to either hate it or love it. We love it. We have it for Easter as a tradition . It does have an eggy taste but thats what it is supposed to have. Try it you will like it.
This recipe requires 16 eggs, 12 of which are in the filling....unfortunately, it tastes very "eggy" and was unappealing. Otherwise, the pies look good and are somewhat tasty.
I made this recipe last Easter and was so happy to find it again on this web site (after misplacing it) that I signed up. I did not find it "eggy" at all. It came out just like the ricotta pies we had at Easter when I was a kid, delicious!
Based on the reviews of other, I cut back on the eggs and only used 10. I also added 4 pounds of ricotta instead of 3. This made the pies less custard like but they were too sweet. Otherwise, a very good recipe. Next time I will also cut back on the sugar.
Absolutely delicious. Probably the best pie I've ever had. I did cheat and use premade crust. Next I plan to try it with a little crushed pineapple.
I've tried to make different versions of this pie and this one was far and above the best. Its the first time my family really raved about this pie.
This is a beautiful recipe, I have replaced my
recipe, for this one.
I have made it for Easter for the past 2 years.
An interesting dish. I made it for Easter. It made far too much filling, it filled 2 deep dish pies and one regular. Worth a try if you've never tried it before, but my family and I personally didn't care too much for it. It tasted sort of like a custard pie.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Ricotta Pie (Old Italian Recipe)
Serving Size: 1/24 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 24
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 120
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