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President Tyler's Pudding Pie

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Recipe photo courtesy of Marcus Nilsson

This is peak season for coconuts, and the fresh, creamy meat is well worth the effort in this pie. To crack a coconut, pierce its eyes with a screwdriver and drain liquid. Preheat oven to 375 degrees, and bake coconut until it cracks, 15 to 30 minutes. Remove coconut, wrap in a dish towel, and tap with a hammer to separate the meat from the shell. Remove the skin with a vegetable peeler, and grate meat on a box grater.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, November 2012
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  • mpcook
    5 NOV, 2012
    We tried this last night--very good, and fun to work with fresh coconut, but I think there's a mistake in the ingredient list--it calls for the eggs to be divided, but separate uses aren't mentioned in the instructions. I used the whole eggs in the filling and that worked fine. Also, in my oven, it took closer to 50-55 minutes to bake, and the coconut on top still wasn't quite as toasty as I wanted. Still, though, a good pie--I'll make this one again.
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