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Pineapple Mango Pie

Submitted by: Victor 
Fresh mangos, sugar, crushed pineapple and tapioca are stirred together and left to macerate in a bowl. When all the flavors and juices have mingled, the filling is spooned into a prepared crust, topped with another, and slipped into a hot oven to bake for an hour. 
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Maui Girl's Mango Pie

Submitted by: mauigirl 
Home Town: Olympia, Washington, USA
Living In: Lahaina, Hawaii, USA
If you like peach pie, you will love this dreamy tropical pie. It has a brighter flavor with the added beauty of this luscious island fruit. 
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Mango Pie

Submitted by: BECKY_GARCIA 
Living In: Maracaibo, Zulia, Venezuela
This green mango pie makes an unusual treat, the sweet-tart flavor is irresistible! 
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Applesauce Custard Pie

Submitted by: Cathy 
Simple and delicious, this recipe makes this pie just a bit different from traditional apple pie. Applesauce, eggs, sugar, butter and vanilla are stirred up and poured into an unbaked pie shell. A bit of nutmeg is sprinkled on the top and it 's baked until the custard is set. 
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Rhubarb Custard Pie V

Submitted by: phaylock 
Fresh rhubarb, sugar, flour, eggs and a sprinkle of cinnamon make this delicious pie. The rhubarb is cut into chunks arranged in the bottom of a prepared crust and slathered with the custard filling. The oven does the rest, with golden and delicious results. 
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Custard Pie III

Submitted by: Susie Young 
Evaporated milk together with whole milk make this easy-to-make custard pie nice and velvety. It bakes up in an hour and is wonderful served warm or chilled. 
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Egg Custard Pie III

Submitted by: Pat 
This very old recipe has a small amount of milk and a bit of flour stirred into the custard, so it bakes up more dense than a traditional custard. And the nutmeg adds a wonderful flavor to this heavier baked pie. Serve warm or cold with whipped cream. 
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Custard Pie II

Submitted by: Yvonne 
Aside from the when you have to scald the milk, everything else is a snap. This creamy pie cooks in 30 minutes and tastes like an old-fashioned custard pie. 
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Custard Pie I

Submitted by: Susan 
This is a very simple, very creamy custard pie. All the ingredients stir up in one bowl, then the mixture is poured into an unbaked pie shell, dusted with cinnamon and nutmeg, and baked for an hour. 
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Rhubarb Custard Pie IV

Submitted by: Carolyn 
Fresh rhubarb is cut into small pieces and piled into a prepared crust. A creamy custard filling is stirred up with eggs, a bit of milk, flour, sugar and nutmeg, and then it 's poured over the rhubarb. The pie is slipped into the oven for an hour until the custard is set. Cool it slightly before serving. 
 
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