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==Description==
'''Pumpkin pie''' is a traditional American holiday dessert. It consists of a pumpkin-based custard baked in a single pie shell. The pie is traditionally served with whipped cream.
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Pumpkin pie <ref>{{cite journal|url=http://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/Low-Carb-Pumpkin-Pie |title= Originally published as Low Carb Pumpkin PieProvided by dLife®|year=|pages=|publisher=Taste of Home|work=}}</ref><ref>{{cite book|last=Benoit|first=Madame |title=Cooks at Home |year=1987|publisher=Les Éditions Héritage Inc.|isbn=2762558972|pages=223-224}}</ref> is a traditional American dessert.
  
 
==Ingredients==
 
==Ingredients==
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*1 unbaked nine-inch [[Pie Crust|pie shell]]
 
*1 unbaked nine-inch [[Pie Crust|pie shell]]
  
==Procedure==
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==Directions==
 
#Preheat oven to 350 °F (180 °C).
 
#Preheat oven to 350 °F (180 °C).
 
#Blend all ingredients, except the pie shell, together.   
 
#Blend all ingredients, except the pie shell, together.   
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#Let cool and serve.
 
#Let cool and serve.
  
==Notes, tips, and variations==
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==References==
*This recipe replaces much of the [[Sugar|sugar]] normally found in a [[Pumpkin|pumpkin]] [[Pie|pie]] recipe with [[Maple Syrup|maple syrup]].  Use only real 100 percent maple syrup, not maple-flavored pancake syrup, as their sugar content is different. You can also use brown sugar instead of maple syrup.
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*:''Note [[#Substitutions|substitutions]], below.''
 
*Prepare the raw pumpkin by skinning and cutting into 1" cubes. Bake at 350 °F (180 °C) for an hour and then turn off the heat. Leave the pumpkin in the oven for another hour or two, this will reduce the moisture content. The pumpkin may also be steamed but may end up with too much moisture, resulting in a runny pie. A 10" (25cm)-diameter pumpkin will make 4 to 6 pies. The pumpkin may also be baked whole and skinned afterwards.
 
*Pumpkin pie has no top crust, which makes most forms of decoration impossible, but for a more aesthetically-pleasing pie, put dollops of real [[Cookbooks:Whipped cream|whipped cream]] on each slice, or add a decorative rim to the side crust with artfully layered dough cut-outs, in the shape of fall leaves, squash or pumpkins.
 
*Variant: Chocolate-covered pumpkin pie
 
**After the pie has cooled, melt 2 oz. (55g) of sweetened [[Chocolate|chocolate]] (milk or dark) and pour over the top of the pie.  Be sure to completely cover the pumpkin.  Refrigerate to set the chocolate.
 
  
===Substitutions===
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[[North American cuisine]]
* 14 oz. (1 can) sweetened condensed milk can replace the scalded milk and maple syrup.
 
* 2 cups of plain canned pumpkin can replace the cooked and strained pumpkin.
 
*: Do not use "pumpkin pie filling", which has added spices.
 
*: For a discussion on the use of canned pumpkin and the recipes attached, please see [[Cookbook Talk:Pumpkin Pie|the talk page]].
 
  
 
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Revision as of 10:08, 12 April 2012

Pumpkin Pie
Pumpkin Pie.jpg
Category: Dessert recipes
Servings: 8
Time: 60 minutes + cooling
Difficulty: Easy
| Dessert | American cuisine | Holiday

Description

Pumpkin pie [1][2] is a traditional American dessert.

Ingredients

Directions

  1. Preheat oven to 350 °F (180 °C).
  2. Blend all ingredients, except the pie shell, together.
  3. Pour into the unbaked pie shell.
  4. Bake at 350 °F (180 °C) for 45 minutes.
  5. Let cool and serve.

References

  1. Originally published as Low Carb Pumpkin PieProvided by dLife®. Taste of Home. http://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/Low-Carb-Pumpkin-Pie. 
  2. Benoit, Madame (1987). Cooks at Home. Les Éditions Héritage Inc.. pp. 223-224. ISBN 2762558972. 

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