I need to make (or buy!) pie crusts that'll meet a number of restrictions for Thanksgiving. The crusts have to be kosher (no lard), non-dairy, nut & gluten free. I'm a much better cook than baker, and always used to do store bought crusts but since my cousin was diagnosed with Celiacs disease I haven't been able to find one that works for everyone. Last year I made them from a Bob's Red Mill gluten free flour mix and they turned out horribly.
I should probably give up the idea of making 1 crust that meets everyone's needs (kosher & dairy free are a house restriction, nuts & gluten are 1 person each) but I'd really like to try as making a million crusts isn't that appealing to me. (My apple pies are double crusts and I always make 2 apple & 2 pumpkin).
Does anyone have a good recipe or brand to try? I'm trying to get a head start on this so I can give any recipe or crust a test run before Thanksgiving.
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