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What do you think about perforated pie tins? I used mine once and the crust of the pumpkin pie was great, but butter crust dripped in oven

asked by Robin O'D almost 3 years ago
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added almost 3 years ago

I have one that I really like for custard pies (like pumpkin or chess pie) and for blindbaking for cream pies - I put a cookie sheet on the rack below to catch any errant drips.

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added almost 3 years ago

I prefer glass.
I agree with Savorykitchen about the cookie sheet, but line it with foil so that the butter bits don't burn on, their not terribly fun to scrub off.

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added almost 3 years ago

luv my perforated pie tin but may be unduly influenced by its vintagey look. Use a cookie sheet to catch the drips.