+
Home Cooking

Help: Frozen Pies

ta0126 | Jan 4, 201505:43 AM     12

i recently purchased a couple of frozen unbaked apple pies. the first time i followed the directions to the letter and the top crust was brown on top but not cooked through. the bottom crust was almost completely raw. the second time i turned up the temperature. the top crust was better but the bottom crust was again raw and doughy. both times i basically scooped the filling out and threw away the bottoms.

have you been able to cook a frozen unbaked pie properly? these were dessert pies but i gess the same would apply to savoury meat pies. maybe you have a trick to share? defrost or not, baking sheet or not, cover with foil, change the temperature?

Want to stay up to date with this post? Sign Up Now ›

More from Chowhound

6 Budget-Friendly BBQ Tips to Save Money When Grilling This Summer
Guides

6 Budget-Friendly BBQ Tips to Save Money When Grilling This Summer

by Anna Hecht | If you're looking for ways to save money this summer while still cooking out, these affordable grilling...

17 Canning Recipes to Capture Peak Season Produce
Recipe Round-Ups

17 Canning Recipes to Capture Peak Season Produce

by Caitlin M. O'Shaughnessy | Home canning is not as complicated as you might think. Yes, it’s something pioneer women would devote...

5 Veggie Harvest Tips to Get the Most Out of Your Garden
Guides

5 Veggie Harvest Tips to Get the Most Out of Your Garden

by Debbie Wolfe | If you've gone to the trouble of nurturing a vegetable garden, make sure to harvest it so you get...

5 Tomato Plant Care Tips to Maximize Your Harvest
How To

5 Tomato Plant Care Tips to Maximize Your Harvest

by David Klein | Growing your own tomatoes is satisfying on many levels. Their season is fast and high-yielding, making...

Get fresh food news delivered to your inbox

Sign up for our newsletter to receive the latest tips, tricks, recipes and more, sent twice a week.