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The Finishing Touches: Pie Crust Wash

The results for different types of Pie Crust Washes (egg, butter, cream). Very informative!

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Delicious Dessert Will Leave Your Guests Begging For More

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Everything You Need to Know About Par-Baking

Par baking Use an egg wash. This will keep your crust from getting soggy after you fill it. Simply brush the base of the crust lightly with an egg wash when it comes out of the oven, then return the pie to the oven just to set the egg, about 30 seconds to 1 minute. Egg whites work best here because they don’t have the high fat content of yolks and therefore won’t brown, but I tend to have regular egg wash on hand, so I usually just use that. For fruit pies that are made ahead of…

Simple Cherry Pastry Pies

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Nanny Chan's Mild Curry Puffs Easy recipe and great for snacks, parties, and get togethers. Great for making ahead and freezing!

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Ham and Swiss Slab Pie

Buttery, flaky puff pastry with Dijon mustard, ham, swiss, caramelized onions, and a drizzle of a garlic-herb egg wash. Great for Game Day!

Pre-made pie dough, ready to go preserves and an egg wash make for a short shopping list for these high-impact cute pie pops!

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Everything You Need to Know About Par-Baking

Par baking Use an egg wash. This will keep your crust from getting soggy after you fill it. Simply brush the base of the crust lightly with an egg wash when it comes out of the oven, then return the pie to the oven just to set the egg, about 30 seconds to 1 minute. Egg whites work best here because they don’t have the high fat content of yolks and therefore won’t brown, but I tend to have regular egg wash on hand, so I usually just use that. For fruit pies that are made ahead of…