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PLANTERS Perfect Pecan Pie

PLANTERS Perfect Pecan Pie recipe
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Eggs, corn syrup, butter and pecans are baked in a pie shell for an irresistible dessert favorite.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
1 hr 5 min
servings
total:
8 servings
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posted:
1/18/2007
This is my favorite pie, but I strongly suggest making your own crust or trying a crust first, because the crust I happened to buy was very bitter and didn't go well with the recipe.
posted:
12/4/2006
I loved the pie..ut like other comments after 30 minutes it was still very watery. I kept it in the oven for an extra 10 minutes. It made the top of the pie a bit crispy, but the taste was awesome and it DID set.
posted:
11/29/2006
I made 4 of these pies for Thanksgiving this year and this pecan pie recipe was a huge hit with all of my family! My husband and children would like me to make more already! Delicious!!
posted:
11/24/2006
Mine turned out excellently well, but I almost made a huge mistake which may account for some of the "never set" comments from earlier. I used a glass measuring cup for the corn syrup, and I very nearly filled a two-cup measure instead of half-filling it. I don't even own a 1-cup glass measure. It sounds foolish, I know, but maybe that's what someone else did, used 2 cups of corn syrup instead of 1. My pie turned out great.
posted:
1/20/2006
I found this recipe to work for me but after reading a lot of the other comments it appears that some have had trouble with the pie "setting". It IS possible that varying ovens, altitude and weather conditions can play into that factor. I was appalled to read the comment by dixie911 on 12/24/2005. Perhaps reading the comments of others prior to trying this recipe, and also not waiting until the last mintute to prepare a new recipe may have prevented your "ruined holiday". Happy cooking/baking everyone.
posted:
12/27/2005
pie filling never became firm.
posted:
12/24/2005
It was easy and the end result was fantastic. My family (all Pecan Pie LOVERS) said it was the best pecan pie they'd ever had. I'm making it again for Christmas.
posted:
12/16/2005
It was very very good BUT it never set up and was runny. Also very very sweet. I used a deep dish pie pan to fit it in; a regular 9" was too shallow, the mixture bubbled over.
posted:
12/9/2005
I made this recipe but I added 2-3 TBS of flour to help thicken the liquid. The pie set perfectly and wasn't runny at all.
posted:
12/8/2005
I made this by myself and I'm not sure if you're supposed to measure the corn syrup with a liquid or dry measuring cup. I measured it with a liquid measuring cup and the pie never set. It was too syrupy and sickly sweet, although my husband loved it.
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