Try out this sweet dessert pie for your after dinner treat. Just watch the full video to see the recipe for this delicious custard pie. Just like grandma used to make. Sure to be a favorite.
Bea shares another family recipe favorite, handed down from her mother. Generously topped with nutmeg, and baked in her signature pie crust, it's an aromatic and creamy pie your family will love.
* 3 tbsp vegetable shortening
* 2 tbsp butter, room temperature
* ¼ tsp salt
* 1 cup all-purpose flour
* 4 tbsp cold water
* 4 eggs, room temperature
* ? cup sugar
* ¼ tsp salt
* ½ tsp nutmeg
* 2? cups whole milk
* 9" pie plate
* electric hand mixer
1. Preheat oven to 450º
2. Stir shortening, butter and salt together
3. Add flour and stir with fork mixing all ingredients. Add cold water gradually and continue to mix until dough comes together
4. Put dough in refrigerator while you make custard filling
Make Filling & Bake
1. Beat eggs slightly. Add remaining ingredients and mix until frothy
2. Roll out pie dough and place in 9" pie pan. Beat filling briefly to make frothy and pour filling into pan
3. Sprinkle custard generously with nutmeg and bake 20 minutes at 450º
4. Lower temperature to 350º and bake 20 minutes longer. Test for doneness with knife along edge of filling. The custard will look jiggly, but if the knife comes out clean, it is ready. If it has not settled, bake a few minutes longer until knife comes out clean
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