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Boredom + Pastry = Wacky Piestuffs.
I made this up entirely from scratch, so the measurements are not precise. Crust1 cup All Purpose Flour1/3 CupcLard1/2 tsp salt5 tbsp ice waterFilling2 large sweet onions1 large ...
Combine the flour lard, and salt in a food processor. Pulse the food processor until the mixture looks grainy.
Pour the flour mixture into a mixing bowl, and add the cool water (do not add the actual ice) 2 tablespoons at a time. Toss the flour mixture ...
Dump the dough ball on a peice of waxed paper, and place a second peice of waxed paper on top. Squish the dough flat, then begin rolling the ...
Peel off the top piece of waxed paper. Place your pie tin on top of the dough, upside down. Then flip the whole works over so that the ...
Finally, dock the pie shell by poking holes in it with the fork. This prevents bubbling.
Bake the pie shell at 350 degrees 9that magic number) for 5 minutes. This prevents a doughy pie shell. Set the now pre-baked shell aside, while you turn ...
Fry them on medium high heat until they are transluscent.
I put about two cups in a small food processor and let it run for about 45 seconds.
Add and stir. I should try this with jalapenos next time.
Beat until smooth.
As pictured. I sprinkled it with cheese, salt, and pepper as well.
You can tell it is done if it doesn't jiggle. I piped some sour cream onto the wedges once I realized I would have a single remaining unclogged ...
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