Nov 02, 2016 · The Surprisingly Easy Secret to Perfect—Never Soggy!—Pie Crust. Your pie crust should never be soggy on the bottom. There are only two ways to burn your pie crust to the point of no returnAuthor: Alex Delany.
Mar 16, 2018 · The two crusts allow you to make recipes that require a bottom and lattice/top crust. OR, if you’re making a recipe that only requires one pie crust, you can freeze the other for another day. How to make perfect pie crust: Start by adding the flour and salt to 5/5.
to prevent a crust becoming soggy. 5. Fill the chilled pie crust and place in a hot oven right away if it does not have a top crust. 6. For a double-crust pie fill it, place on the top crust and chill for at least 15 minutes. Place the chilled pie in a hot oven right away. 7. Wrap disks .
Feb 14, 2011 · This recipe for perfect pie crust is from "Entertaining," by Martha Stewart. Hand Method: In a large bowl, sift the flour and salt. Cut the chilled butter and margarine into 1-tablespoon bits and add to the flour. With a pastry cutter, work flour and shortening together until mixture resembles 5/5.