Fried Pie Crust
The name was intriguing, the recipe sounded pasty, greasy, and raw - sort of like a roux pressed into a pie pan.
Still I pressed on. What a delightful surprise! This turns out slightly crispy, slightly sweet, and tastes wonderfully toasty. In addition, it is not at all crumbly.
The trick is, as the recipe says, to cook over "medium" heat until toasty or golden "brown." Be mindful to stir often as once it begins to brown it will burn quickly.
I only wish I could give it 10 stars for originality, taste, and ease of preparation.
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Mar. 30, 2006