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Old 02-25-2019, 02:33 PM
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Default Butter Flaky Pie Crust

https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/24...aky-pie-crust/

Went together quite well.
Chilling in the fridge to roll out and make a quiche.

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ever done the vodka thing?


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Nope, but I've heard about the cold vodka method.
Apparently it makes for a better textured crust?
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theory is.....


it's a liquid, but only (about) 50% water.
water+flour=gluten
apparently alcohol does not make gluten. does the wet thing, cooks off, leaves the crust more tender.


not tried it on pie crust. btw, Tito makes a veddy nice vodka, if you're a fan....
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The last time I drank vodka...

Lol

The crust pulled away from the pie plate a bit.
Took a sampling pinch off the side.
Nice and flaky.

I'll let this quiche rest, then slice and plate for the dinner thread.
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