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How do I make a pie crust with Bisquick?

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Pie Crust with Bisquick Recipe




1. In a bowl, place 1 1/4 cup Bisquick or baking mix in a mixing bowl. Add around 1/2 cup of margarine. With a fork, mix, or CUT, the margarine into the baking mix until you have moist clumps.

2. Add Three tablespoons of boiling water. I boil a cup of water in the microwave. Using a big spoon, mix well, until it forms a ball. If it is very dry, add one more.

3. In your non-greased aluminum pie pan, place ball of dough. Sprinkle just a tiny bit of baking mix on top to make it easy to work. Spread it out in the pan and up the sides a little. If it is hard to work, add just a light sprinkling of a little more Bisquick.

4. Pop it into the freezer for around 10 minutes. If you want a top crust, repeat procedure, wrap ball in aluminum foil and place in freezer. Do not mix the two batches together.

5. Preheat the oven to 400. After dough has chilled well, place the filling in the pie, and then make some more roll out snakes. Criss cross the snakes on top of the pie, sprinkle with a little bit off sugar and margarine, and bake. It takes around 15 minutes, but check on it for burning. This could definitely be different with your climate and oven.

6. If you are doing a pie with something that does not require baking, you will need to bake the crust by itself, and this does not take as much time. So, carefully watch it for burning.
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Um. Can I put olive oil instead of margarine?

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1 year ago

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