I have a question about step 6 on the recipe "Spiced Maple Pecan Pie with Star Anise" from merrill. It says:
What temperature do I bake this pie at? After it is all filled, does it go in at the temperature that the crust was baked at?
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I see that there is no oven temp listed for baking the pie, I am sure Merrill will weigh in but I always bake a pecan pie at 350. 400 seems too high to me.
Thank you so much for replying so quickly! I was just about to put it in the oven and didn't know what temperature to use. It's such a beautiful looking pie, I didn't want to risk ruining it. Thanks again!
Let us know how it comes out. Sounds delicious
I just read through the recipe in step 5 it say's to toast the pecans at 325, then it says to pour the filling in and bake the pie. I think that she might mean that you are supposed to bake at 325. It's a bit confusing but maybe 325 is the baking temp, Sorry for the confusion. I always make pecan pie at 350 but it could be that this recipe does it at 325.
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Yes, it continues to bake at 325, not 400!
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