Pecan pie is a classic old-fashioned dessert that remains popular all year around. It’s the most sought after homemade southern sweet dish. However, it is especially prepared on the occasion of thanksgiving. It’s the perfect combination of salty and sweet. Making the perfect filling of pie is quite easy through the guided recipe of Multo™ by CookingPal®.
This pie is a perfect way to end your thanksgiving dinner! The added dates to this classic gives and indulgent twist which leaves you wanting more.
3 OZ / 85 G butter
2 OZ / 55 G maple syrup
3 OZ / 85 G soft brown sugar
3 EA eggs
8 OZ / 225 G ready rolled pastry
8 OZ / 225 G pecans
4 OZ / 115 G dates
Arrange the pastry into a pie case and blind bake for 20 minutes at 320°F|160°C. Alternatively buy a pre made pie crust and skip this step.
Scale the dates and nuts then set aside. Roughly chop the dates.
Add the butter, brown sugar, maple syrup to the mixing bowl and mix for 5 minutes / 195°F|90°C / speed 2.
Add the eggs into the mixing bowl and mix for 1 minute / speed 3.
Lay the dates and nuts evenly across the pie case and then pour over the filling.
Bake the pie for 30 minutes at 320°F|160°C until the filling has just set and golden brown.
Allow your pie to cool before slicing. Enjoy your dish!
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