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Butterscotch Pie

Makes 1 piePennsylvania Dutch Cooking from AlansKitchen.com

Prep Time: 20 min
Baking Time: 15 min

Ingredients:

  • 1/2   recipe Rich Pastry

  • Pie Ingredients

    • 2     Tablespoon butter

    • 1     cup brown sugar

    • 2     Tablespoons flour

    • 2     eggs

    • 1/4  cup water

    • 1     teaspoon vanilla

    • Pinch of salt

    • 2     Tablespoons white sugar

Directions:

Preheat oven to 350 F.

  1. Use half the recipe for Rich Pastry.  Line a pie tin with pastry and bake the shell oven until medium brown.  Cream brown sugar and butter, add flour.  Place mixture in top of double boiler, over boiling water, bring to a boil. 

  2. Beat egg yolks lightly, mix with water; add to mixture.  Simmer together until thick and smooth.  Pour the custard into baked pastry shell, having added vanilla when custard was taken from stove. 

  3. Beat egg whites stiffly with salt, mix lightly with white sugar, and spread over pie.  Bake for 15 minutes, or until meringue is golden brown.  Turn off heat, let stand in oven a few minutes with door wedged partly open.

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The Dutch are generally regarded as one of several Germanic peoples, which explains the corruption of the German word Deutsch to Dutch; therefore, the so-called Pennsylvania Dutch are really Pennsylvania Germans.

 
 


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