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Frozen Fruit Pie Filling

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FROZEN FRUIT PIE FILLING

here is a recipe using already frozen fruit. another answer for the oamc questions. this is from "the clever cook's kitchen handbook by david joachim"



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Time: 15 minutes

Number Of Ingredients: 4

Ingredients: frozen fruit,flour,sugar,salt

Steps:

  1. thaw fruit in a microwave oven in the fruit storage bag on the defrost cycle in 3 minute cycles , until the fruit is softened
  2. or submerge the bag of frozen fruit in tepid water 10-30 minutes , changing the water as it gets too cold
  3. drain the liquid from the bag and toss the fruit with flour , sugar and salt
  4. transfer to a prepared pie shell
  5. top with a crust or a crumb topping
  6. bake at 375 f until fruit is bubbly and crust in lightly browned , 25-35 minutes
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