Jingle Bells Jingle Bells Jingle All The Way, So Much Fun It Is To Ride In a One Horse Open Sleigh....Christmas celebration is so wonderful every where, this festive season is something shared by everyone despite coming from different religion. Now for the second post for Christmas is shared by Faseela Noushad from Good Food Ends With Good Talk. This is the second time she made guest post for my blog and I'm very glad she agreed for it. Thank you dear, now let's see what she made for us;
Thank you so much Arthy for giving me one more opportunity to do a guest post at your fabulous blog. Hope you like the recipe which I chose for you.
MERRY CHRISTMAS & HAPPY NEW YEAR to you and your family dear
Wheat Flour: 2 cups
Sugar powdered: ½ cup
Cold milk: needed to knead the dough
Cold butter: ½ cup (approx.)
Milk: 1 cup
Custard powder: 3tbsp
Method Of Preparation
In a bowl add milk, custard powder and sugar.Stir well. Heat the milk and keep on stirring. When the custard is cooked and becomes thick switch off the flame. (The custard should be thick enough.)
Chop the apple into small pieces and add into the custard. Let it cool.
In a bowl add wheat flour, salt and powdered sugar. Add in the cold butter and knead with fingers till the butter combines well with the flour.Then add in needed cold milk to form hard dough. (Don’t add more milk) Refrigerate the dough for 1 hour.Then take out the dough and roll on a floured surface and cut to the size of pie pan.
Place it on the pan and just do pricks with the fork. With the balance cut flour, roll it again and cut to 4 stripes as per the length of your pie pan. Keep aside.Bake the pie crust in a preheated oven to about 5-8 minutes, Take it out and add he custard filling to it and arrange the stripes over it to form a lattice pattern and bake to about 30-35 minutes or till done.
Cool on a wire rack.
Note: This was my first try of pie, so I just made in my normal baking pan instead of using pie pan.