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I forgot to grease the pie plate for a press-in crust (coconut, oats, almonds, egg white). it's stuck. can i blitz it again and start over?

It's a gluten free pie crust from Bon Appetit. You blitz the ingredients in the food processor, press in and bake for 20 minutes. I realized 12 hours later I forgot to butter the dish. Can i treat it like a cookie crust and blitz it in the processor, then add melted butter and start over again?

asked by alexia schmidt 24 days ago

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Suzanne D'Amato

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added 24 days ago

It's an interesting idea, and one that could work in theory—but for Thanksgiving, when you're making something to serve to guests, I'd just make a new crust. Gluten-free baking can be a bit finicky and this may not be the best moment to experiment.

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added 24 days ago

Thanks. I will remake the crust, and grease the pan this time, since it was so easy. But I'm going to save the old one for the weekend and test it as a cookie crust with butter. I just looked at the original recipe (i'm using just the crust part for a chocolate pudding pie) https://www.bonappetit... and they don't mention greasing the pan in the instructions.

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