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Betty demonstrates how to keep the fluted edge of your pie crust from burning while your pie is baking.
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How to Keep a Pie Crust from Burning
Hi, here is a Betty’s quick tip. If you have a pie that you are getting ready to put in the oven at a high heat or for a long time, you are running a risk of burning the edge. It can get blackened and that is not good. Brown is okay but not blackened. What I do is I keep in my pantry something that is called top off foil and it just pieces of foil like this and what you can do is cut them into strips. I’ve got several strips here that kind of wrinkled up but you can take one of those and protect the edge and then when you finished with one of those, just pick another one. It is not very reasonable to try to make it all really round, but you can pick up another one and overlap where you left off and just continue around the frilly edge of the pie and that will keep the part that sticks up from burning. And I would suggest that you remove this probably 10 or 15 minutes before your pie is done to give them a chance to get golden and brown but not burned.