I have made this many times and everyone loves it. I also had the problem of too much filling, even with a deep-dish crust. What I have started doing, and it comes out perfectly, is using 2 regular (not deep dish) pie crusts. I keep the ingredients the same except I double the pecans and chocolate chips and split the filling between the two crusts. I line the bottom of the pan with the chips; if you want to mix them in with the filling, don't double them. The pie is good either way but is more like a custard or chess pie when the chips are mixed in and more of a traditional pecan pie when you don't. I just prefer not mixing them in.
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I have made this many times and everyone loves it. I also had the problem of too much...