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Grape Pie

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1 9" Pie Medium
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Ingredients (3)

  • 4 cups of Concord Grapes( generous 2 1/2 cup with cooked and seeded pulp)
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1/4 cup all-purpose flour, 1/4 tsp. salt, 1 tbsp. lemon juice, 1 1/2 tbsp butter melted
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Grape Pie

If you like concord grapes and are tired of making jelly and juice, here’s a new recipe for you. I live in Washington State and I am surrounded by vineyards! I was tired of making all the different jams and jellies and juices.
I also enjoy baking, so I begn playing. And this is what I came up with, Enjoy!!!!!

Instructions

  1. 1Preparing grape filing; Slip skins from grapes, set skins aside. Place the pulp in a large pot and bring to a boiling point; whisking to seperate pulp from seeds.Reduce heat, simmer 5 minutes whisking.
  2. 2Press through a food mill to remove seeds. Place pulp back into large pot and add skins. Combine sugar, flour and salt. Add lemon juice, butter & grape pulp.
  3. 3Add grape filling to your favorite pie shell, Cover with pastry, vent. Place in a 400 degree oven for about 15 mins. then reduce oven to 350 and bake for 35 mins or until golden brown.
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