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Overworked, too damp pie crust

I wanted to make my pie dough ahead of time. I think I added too much water. I have the dough resting overnight in refrigerator for pie-baking tomorrow. Is there any way to save this without getting a tough crust, or should I just start over? (I use a food processor to mix things because I have hot hands.)

asked by Dea Henrich almost 2 years ago
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added almost 2 years ago

start over. Pie crust is my nemesis and I feel your pain.

Tibet
added almost 2 years ago

I agree with lloreen. And since you're using a food processor, it will be quick to recreate at least!