Recipe Idea: Don’s Gluten Free Shortbread Pie Crust. Flaky. Tasty.
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Hi. Don here. Lois is on a gluten free diet now to see if that helps with some of the aches and pains she has. I wanted to make a pie for the Recipe Idea Shop 2012 pie contest and needed a gluten free crust. So I converted a shortbread cookie recipe using gluten free rice flour. This is easier than a traditional pie crust because there is no rolling. Just pat it into the pie pan.
We had Friends over to watch a movie and the peach pie—especially the crust—got rave reviews.
And you can use this to make shortbread cookies, too. Just pat the mixture into a pan. It should be ¼ inch thick; then bake it for 15 to 20 minutes or so at 350F degrees. It will be golden brown and crispy. When it is done baking, you will want to cut it into pieces while it is still warm (to prevent cracking when cutting).
Or, remove the shortbread from the oven when it is about ½ done and score it; then you can easily break the shortbread into pieces later. If you press it into square pans, score the shortbreads square. In a round pan score the shortbread pieces in wedges.
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No special tools are required for this recipe. I used measuring cups and spoons, a mixing bowl, an electric mixer, and a pie plate, similar to these:
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