pie shell

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Noun1.pie shell - pastry used to hold pie fillingspie shell - pastry used to hold pie fillings  
pastry - any of various baked foods made of dough or batter
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Fill a prepared pie shell with the pumpkin parfait mixture and either refrigerate until firm or freeze.
Spread 1 cup cream cottage cheese, evenly over pie shell.
Likewise, you'll want to do what you can to prevent the apples from shrinking in the pie shell as they cook, which simultaneously makes the bottom crust soggy and creates an unsightly gap between the filling and top crust.
Set comes with large, durable, 8 3/4 inch diameter plastic pie shell, removable divider, 60 substantial fruit counters in 5 colors, 3 double sided sorting cards, 2 jumbo tweezers and Activity Guide.
MAGIC MICROWAVE PIE Shell: 1(9-inch) pie shell All-purpose flour for dusting Confectioners' sugar for dusting Custard: 3 jumbo egg yolks 2 cups milk 4 heaping tablespoons all-purpose flour 1 cup sugar 1/2 stick margarine 1 teaspoon vanilla For pie crust, preheat oven to 450 degrees, and place a cookie sheet in oven.
Layer half the walnuts and all the chocolate chips in the bottom of the pie shell.
Such efforts appear to be paying off, as Wintz declares the company's Gluten Free Pie Shell "a breakout hit, and our Gluten Free Pizza Dough Ball is just now hitting a broader launch.
FRENCH APPLE PIE Unbaked pie shell 6-7 cups tart apples (we use Granny Smith's), peeled, cored, and sliced paper thin 1 c.
Take dough and make a pie shell and fill it with wheat starch, milk and blanched almonds.
A baked pie begins with an unbaked pie shell that is filled with fruit or custard, and then baked.