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Traditional pumpkin pie gains depth of flavor with roasted fresh pumpkin and just the right amount of warming spices.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, November 2000
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To prepare the pies in stages, make the dough and either freeze or refrigerate, then roll out, fit into pie plates, and chill again. The shells can be covered tightly and refrigerated for a day or two or frozen for longer (thaw in refrigerator before proceeding).

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  • manneberry
    12 OCT, 2015
    You're almost there, add some molasses, about 2 tbsp per pie. It gives it a fabulous taste.
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  • Tayom1che
    2 OCT, 2014
    I had about 2 cups of pie filling left over after trying this recipe. I used it as a custard base to make some delicious pumpkin bread pudding! It took 3 more beaten eggs, some milk and vanilla extract, and some more cinnamon, nutmeg, and sugar for flavor.
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  • sandresakis
    14 NOV, 2013
    There is no way the top of that pie in the picture is natural. Even my most perfect pumpkin pies have some texture on the top and I've made hundreds. Come on publishers give us lowly home cooks a chance and stop photoshopping food like you photoshop models. Now that being said I really like the filling part of this recipe but I prefer using a vodka based pie crust to the more traditional Pate Brisee. The Vodka makes the pie crust easier to manipulate and evaporates upon cooking.
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  • INeta
    9 SEP, 2011
    now I'm waiting to see how it turns out. normally all recipes are easy. this one was behaving um-expectadly.
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  • odellaylee
    18 FEB, 2011
    the crust looked great until i baked it and it came out horrible! using beans as pie weights totally didn't work and my crust was ruined. it all melted on itself. i didn't have time money or ingredients to start over so i have 2 absolutely horrible looking pies that i spent a rediculous amount of time on that will hopefully at least taste ok. this is my first epic fail for pie and i will probably never use this recipe again.
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  • CookieDoh
    26 JAN, 2011
    So good! Amazing results- anybody can make this pie. My friends were so impressed- but it is so easy :)
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  • Sstevensnyc
    15 NOV, 2010
    This pie came out amazing. It was my first homemade pie and my boyfriend said that he doesn't think he can eat another pumpkin pie after it ever. I didn't tackle the leaf decorations on the crust (baby steps) but maybe next time. Definitely use fresh pumpkin it makes so much of a difference!
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  • Clarabelle94
    1 OCT, 2010
    Amazing pumpkin pie recipe!
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  • marychippers
    2 DEC, 2008
    I made this pie this year for Thanksgiving and it turned out beautiful except that everyone that ate it said it wasn't sweet enough. Can I add sugar or simply increase brown sugar? I would definitely make this pie next year. Thanks for your hlep
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