Pie can be stored at room temperature for up to 2 days.
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Rating: 5 stars
OK THIS IS THE BEST RHUBARB STRAWBERRY PIE I HAVE EVER HAD. (note: this is the first rhubarb strawberry pie i have ever had) I made it for Pi Day, and one of my friends who is apparently a rhubarb pie expert said it is the best she has ever had. Heads up though: RHUBARB IS EXPENSIVE. That was quite the shocker when i was at the grocery store. I live in west Texas, so maybe it's worse for me, seeing as vegetable consumption out here in general is pretty low.
YUM! I used 2 1/2 c strawberries and 4 1/2 c rhubarb, and the taste came out to be a perfect balance of sweet and sour. Make sure to add more cornstarch (I added 2T more) if you're going to increase the amount of strawberries!
This is a show-stopper pie. A must-have in the recipe file. I didn't have enough rhubarb so added an extra 8 oz of strawberries and upped the cornstarch (+2 Tbs). It took almost 2 1/2 hours to bake, but it was so worth it. Also, the pate brisee dough is easy to make and handle. It's also delicious. I'll use it for every pie from now on. I made extra cut outs and decorated the pie with the extra dough left over. HIGHLY recommended.
Absolutely delicious! Thanks to KrissyD1985 for the extra cornstarch heads up. I got a great deal on fresh rhubarb and added extra berries [10 oz.] total.The flavor was phenomenal! However, that Pate Brisee was way too generous. I ended up making raspberry jam topped heart cutouts with all the leftover dough. I believe this dough recipe is geared more to a quiche which calls for a thick crust or a deep dish pie.....way to much dough would get wasted if I didn't think fast.
Rating: 4 stars
Delicious! I used frozen fruit that I picked last season, and just used the weights listed. I increased the cornstarch by 1 tbs to account for the extra moisture from having a few ounces more of fruit. The filling was still just a tad bit loose, so next time I'll increase by another tbs (total of 1/4 cup + 2 tbs cornstarch. I think even if I make it with fresh produce, I'll increase it by an additional tbs cornstarch than what's called for. Flavor was delicious!
This pie is one of my favorites. A little sour, a little sweet, and it looks amazing. I've made it several times in the last year!
Rating: 3 stars
5 stars... I made this pie for my Mother's Day dessert .... you couldn't buy a better tasting pie... I used all fresh ingredients. If I were to enter a pie contest, this would be the one .
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