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We have been to our local farmer’s market the past two Saturdays in a row just to buy multiple flats of them and have a hard time setting aside enough fresh berries to do anything with them because we keep popping the giant, juicy berries right into our mouths. remain the same, as with the cornstarch? Hi, I’m Amy! Divide the dough into two even pieces. SO funny. Thank you! When the pie is done, remove from the oven and allow the pie to cool for at least 2-3 hours before serving so the filling can continue to set up. You can always reheat it just a bit if you like eating your pie warm. Or you could always used them in a crumble like this Blackberry Nectarine Crumble. Wonderful pie! Required fields are marked *. Did you let it cool completely? I love doing lattice crusts on pie, but when it comes to homemade blackberry pie, there is just something about a solid top crust with only one hole cut out from the center with a small biscuit cutter and a sprinkle of granulated sugar over the egg wash that really speaks to me. But I kept trying for blackberry pie success because it is my hands down absolute favorite pie. This worked for me. I would say I could have used less cornstarch and might have know to reduce that if I had ever made a pie in my life before this. It set up just fine even using frozen berries. I used the egg wash and sugar on the top crust, and it is flaky and beautiful! To prepare blackberry filling, in a large bowl, add blackberries, sugar, cornstarch and lemon juice and gently toss to combine. If you are using frozen blackberries, however, you are going to want to pull them out of the freezer ahead of time and let them thaw. I’m so glad this worked out so well for you! I have no idea why that would have happened as I wrote this recipe specifically to avoid that and it has worked for me every time since I figured out I needed to fully defrost the berries and microwave the juices with cornstarch to thicken before filling the pie. Line an 11-inch pie pan with the unbaked pie crust and place it on a sheet pan. This seems to work for me, and I appreciate that you have given direction for using frozen blackberries. Finally found out the secret to not having pie soup! Pour filling into the prepared pie crust. Sprinkle the cornstarch over the berry mixture and toss to combine. Using a fork, gently stir the water in to the flour mixture, then repeat with the remaining water, adding only 2 tablespoons at a time, just until the dough starts to come together. Add the butter and shortening. As such, they do not nicely fill a cup measure, so I end up using seven overfilled cups to get enough for a good pie. Fill the paper three-quarters full with the beans and bake the crust for 15 minutes, until the edges start to brown. Then add to the pie. I used frozen Pacific Northwest little wild mountain blackberries (Rubus ursinus that my husband and I picked by our cabin on the Hoh River – they have an amazing flavor! I love doing lattice crusts on pie, but when it comes to homemade blackberry pie, there is just something about a solid top crust with only one hole cut out from the center with a small biscuit cutter and a sprinkle of granulated sugar over the egg wash that really speaks to me. Also cant wait to try my hand at baking this! Everyone loved it. Such a great idea, Jennifer! Berry Pistachio Pie My grandmother used to make this pie when I was a small child. I love blackberries and when they are in season I buy as many from the farmers as I can and freeze them so I can make great pies like this one! Nov 5, 2013 - Ina Garten is the author of the Barefoot Contessa cookbooks and host of Barefoot Contessa on Food Network. These steps are simple but they will save you the heartache of cutting into a beautiful looking pie only to have it fall completely apart because the filling is soupy. Add 1 tablespoon of the sugar and 1/2 tablespoon of the cornstarch and whisk to combine. If you can keep some set aside in reserve, they will make an incredible pie. Mix together the cornstarch and lemon juice in a small bowl. The pie hasn’t cooled yet, but I hope that following your recipe will make the pie less runny than it usually is. I’m sorry this didn’t work out for you! Seriously. If desired, you could do a lattice crust or other decorative top. What a gorgeous pie! I love old musicals. Followed directions to the letter. That makes me so happy to hear! I’m so glad you loved it! With a sharp knife, cut the excess dough off at the edge of the pie plate. Every recipe post I could find made it sound so easy to make, but mine always turned out runny! Would flour work? Pie turned out great! Dessert. Hubby said that was the best pie crust he’s ever eaten and I had to agree!

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