Doesn't this look Yummy!
A good pie will have a crust that is tender and flaky and tastes good.  To make the most flaky pie crust you would use lard.  Trust me, in college we did experiments with the fat part of pie crust being the only variable, and the flakiest was the crust made with lard.  I don’t use lard, so I use hydrogenated shortening.  It came in second with the test.  Butter didn’t even place.  So I use butter flavor hydrogenated shortening.  Yeah, that works:

Here is how to make flaky, tender, tasty pie crust.

Step 1:

Supplies:  (These are the amount for 1 8inch pie crust.  I made 4 X as much, you will need to double it.  One is for the bottom, one for the top.)
1 c flour
1/3 c shortening
1 tsp. salt
½ tsp. baking powder
2-3 Tbsp. cold water
Rolling pin
Extra flour
Pie pan
I just made this (I bought a pie crust due to lack of time) and it was amazing!! Thank you so much for sharing! <br> <br>I want to try a variation of this using beef since that's my hubby's favorite.
This is my theme - cooking. I want to cook this chicken =) Thanks for the recipe. Sorry for my english
No problem, thanks for the comment. You can use any canned, frozen of fresh vegatables for this recipes. Have Fun!
Thank you. I always want to take some pictures that I cook. but I remember about it, when a plate is empty=)must make a report about borscht and pilau =)
It would be great to see, something published by you! I will watch for your Instructable.
Looks very good! Thanks for sharing!<br>Sunshiine
Thanks for looking! You are great!
I love Chicken Pot Pie! That looks so delicious!!!
So does my Hubby. I make it almost monthly. Thanks for your comment.

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