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I just finished making a pie crust and wrapped it in plastic for a moment. I always find it more pliable when i first mix it, and I'd like to know if I can simply roll it out immediately after adding the flour, put it in the pie dish and shape it, then set it aside for an hour in the fridge before using it with the filling. This, instead of letting it rest (and simultaneously harden in the fridge, which always forces me to work with a less pliable pie crust. Is it possible for me to put it in the dish instead directly, then set it aside for an hour to rest in the fridge?

Posted: Jan. 6, 2013 3:18 pm
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