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Picture of Richard's Signature Apple Mango Pie
I've made this pie more times than I remember in countless different variations of ingredients and I've achieved perfection.

Step 1: Gather your ingredients for your double crust.

Picture of Gather your ingredients for your double crust.
3 cups of flour
2 sticks of butter chopped into cubes (super cold, but not frozen)
1 tbsp sugar
1 tsp salt
 
farzadbayan4 years ago
Oh No......! When I saw this Instructable, I goes to my kitchen and started to make this pie. But now I'm really sad!
My dough was so lax and baggy. The result was so bad! My pie didn't baked and had a really bad taste. Now that's in ash can!
I don't want to make pie ever!
Shany1204 years ago
it looks really yummy!!!!!
ppotter4 years ago
This looks deliciously incredible! Instead of dehydrated mangoes, how about fresh ones?
HernandoChardez (author)  ppotter4 years ago
When first developing this recipe I tried different varieties of fresh mangoes and it's really messy and a lot of work, and I can't seem to get a good consistency out of baked fresh mangoes. I got the idea to use dried mangoes after making a pear cranberry pie where the recipe called for dried cranberries. I had never baked with dried fruit before, but was blown away at how it turned out. I then gave the dried mangoes a try and I loved the way it turned out.
scoochmaroo4 years ago
Just gorgeous! Have you ever tried re-hydrating your dried mangoes before baking them?
HernandoChardez (author)  scoochmaroo4 years ago
I hadn't thought about that, but the dried mangoes get real moist when they sit with apples for a bit.