- 2 cups all purpose flour
- 3/4 teaspoon kosher salt
- 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
- 11 tablespoons unsalted butter
- 7 tablespoons water (cool)
- 2 pie (9-inch, pans)
- pastry (cloth and rolling pin cover, optional)
|Calories2090Calories from Fat1220|
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|Calories from Fat1220|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Davina B. Kavanaugh 25 days ago
Great for my first time making crust. Very flakey and buttery!!
David N. 30 Dec 2018
Made this recipe 2 times tonight for turkey pot pie followed it exactly the first time and it was good the second time I swapped shortening for butter and used pastry flower and it went from good to great
Chocolate Bunny 21 Nov 2018
This was so simple and it was so easy. I used this recipe for my first time baking pies. I will be using this recipe for future pies too. It was very delicious!
Cabrera 13 Nov 2018
Turned out amazing!! Very simple as well
Johnson 8 Oct 2018
quick and easy this is mt frist time
Goodwitch 10 Jun 2018
This makes two crust . Freeze the extra one for next time . Simple!
Thos V. 9 Jun 2018
What a great quick recipe, definitely a keeper
April D. 6 May 2018
Dough was perfect. I have tried many recipes. This one was target on. Used egg wash for finishing. Saved. Now my go to pie crust. Made chicken pot pies with this. Amazing. It’s not going to be perfect, you might need more or less water or flour. Tacky not stick. Outstanding. Thank you
Max C. 24 Apr 2018
Dough was lacking water at first but turned out great.
Chaney 31 Mar 2018
Hubby used this recipe for a peach pie. Turned out just fine.
Anna Howard 22 Feb 2018
turns out perfect. If I want super flaky I barely mix it. stir and press just till it comes together. If I want something a little breadier I mix a tad more and add a little more water to the mix, then add a bit more flour while I'm needing.
Emily Falk F. 28 Nov 2017
Tasted great! First time making a pie crust. Really does make 2 crusts. Just need to roll it out very thin
Interesting P. 20 Jun 2017
Easy flaky pie crust. Very easy to work with and required no fussy chilling or shortening. I used mine in a quiche and made the scraps I to raspberry jam cookies. I found the crust to be a bit salty, but that may have been because I omitted the sugar. The recipe doubles fine.