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My Favorite 7 Inch Mini Pie Plate

Oct 12, 2013 | From the kitchen of Rose

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Recently, Melinda from Mississippi posted a question on the blog about how to use my mini pie plates. She was concerned that they appeared so shallow. My answer was that I found it was a lovely proportion of crust to filling when I baked in it and posted the following notes:

Roll the dough under 1/8" thick. i used about 100 grams/3.5 ounces and rolled it to 9 inches. I used 1/4 recipe of my cherry pie and found it needed more so I recommend 1 cup of fruit filling.

Here are her lovely results! My only suggestion was to roll the crust a little larger to allow for shrinkage.

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Rose Levy Bakeware Pie Plate - Mini 7 Inch - Fluted - Red

Comments

Woody Wolston
Woody Wolston in reply to comment from Olivia
01/21/2014 09:37 AM

Hi Olivia,
We recommend checking your pie for being properly baked 20 minutes before the lower baking time stated for a 9 inch pie recipe.
Rose & Woody

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Hello, would you adjust baking time for a 7"pie?
I just bought a 7" plate recently, but don't know if I'm supposed to bake according to recipes for 9" pies. Thanks!:)

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Gorgeous pies. I have to get that pie plate.

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