Strawberry Pie & Crust

Strawberry Pie & Crust (Image 1)

Strawberry Pie

3 Quarts of Fresh Strawberries – Cleaned and cut

1 Cup of Sugar

¼ Cup Corn Starch

1 large pack of Strawberry Jello

Whip Cream – if you dare

1 Pre-baked pie crust in a pie plate  – (from scratch or pre-made – Walmart’s isn’t terrible)

In a Pan –

On medium High — Mix and stir until it thickens

1 ½ cup of water

1 Cup of Sugar

¼ Cup of Corn Starch

Add 1 package of Strawberry Jello when it thickens

Then cool…

In a bowl –

Mix Strawberries with 1 cup of sugar

When the jello like substance has cooled somewhat

Mix with the strawberries in a pre-baked pie crust and chill for 2-3 hours

When totally cold – add whip cream and enjoy the best strawberry pie you’ve ever had!!

Best Crust In America

The Crust —

4 cups of Gold Medal General Purpose Flour

1 Tea spoon of Salt

2 Tablespoons of Sugar

1 ¼ cup of white Crisco & ½ cup of butter Crisco

1 Egg

1/3 cup of water

2 Tablespoons of White Vinegar

8 Golden Delicious Apples

In a large bowl add 4 cups of flour.   Then add 2 tablespoons of salt and 2 tablespoons of sugar.  Mix these thoroughly with a fork.  Next cut the Crisco – 1 ¼ cups of the white Crisco and ½ cup of the butter flavor into the flour mixture.  Cut them together until the flour and Crisco are evenly blended (do by hand – do not use a blender under any circumstances).

Now, put 1/3 cup of water in a measuring cup.  Add one egg to the water and then add 2 tablespoons white vinegar.  Using a fork – stir the water, egg and vinegar.

Add the water, vinegar and egg mix in small amounts to the flour/Crisco mixture.  Mix it with a fork using upward strokes.  Add only what you need and don’t soak the flour/Crisco mix.  The fewer strokes of the fork the better.  Mix it as efficiently as possible.  

Now set your crust in the refrigerator for about a half hour.

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