How does one improve on pie, the most beloved and tasty of all desserts? With a beautiful lattice pie crust, of course! This appealing design isn’t just for expert chefs, but for cooks of all skill levels. These instructions for how to make a lattice pie crust will show you how to make a wonderful pie crust at home, a process that’s both easy and quick! Your pies will be edible works of art once you master it.
How to Make a Lattice Pie Crust
Roll pie crust pastry into 10-inch round.
Cut round into 1/2-inch strips. The Rada Pizza Cutter is great at effortlessly cutting dough.
Place 3-inch strips across pie with filling. To make lattice top, weave a cross-strip through center by first folding back every other strip going the other way.
Continue weaving lattice, folding back alternate strips before adding each cross strip, until lattice is complete. Trim ends of strips.
Fold trimmed edge of bottom crust over ends of strips, building up a high edge; seal and flute.
Make Pie, Cut Pizza Pie!
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The Best Way to Bake a Pie!
If you like baking pies, don’t even think about making another without the Rada Pie Plate. This stone pie pan evenly absorbs heat, meaning your pie crusts will be flaky and golden brown. Unlike most stoneware, this pan is dishwasher safe, and it’s made in the USA!
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Pie à la Mode!
Here’s a simple formula you don’t have to be good at math to understand: Peach Pie + Ice Cream = Bliss. The Rada Ice Cream Scoop will get your ice cream where it needs to do more effectively than any other scoop. It’s metal stub nose gets into even stubborn ice cream with ease, while the long handle helps keep your hands clean. It’s made in the USA and has a Lifetime Guarantee.
Easy as Pie!
Your lattice pie crust goes on top, but what about the bottom? Follow Kristy’s easy recipe for Homemade Pie Crust and you’ll have the whole package!
Homemade Pie Crust
Delicious, quick, and easy; don’t settle for one, because with this recipe, you can have all three! This pie crust recipe guarantees delicious, flaky crust with which to bake your favorite pie!
How to Peel Peaches
Peeling peaches for that delicious Homemade Peach Pie is easy as pie with these simple instructions! In mere moments you’ll have your peaches perfectly blanched and ready to be baked!
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How to Make a Lattice Pie Crust
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Hi, Kristy in the Rada Kitchen, and today I want to show you how to make a lattice top pie crust. I went ahead and made my traditional Crisco pie crust, I left it in the refrigerator for about 30 minutes. And I do have a video where I share that recipe with you. So now I’m ready to roll it out. We’re going to roll it the same thickness as we would with a traditional top crust.
So I rolled out my crust between wax paper, I made sure it fit at least over the edge of the pie. And now we want to cut this into half inch strips. I’m going to use this knife sleeve from the Rada knife. It’s about a half inch. And I’m going to use the Rada Pizza Cutter. I don’t know why, but I like to start in the middle. I make my first cut. And then just lay that there. Just kind of like a guide. So now I have that top crust cut. First we’re going to lay the middle one. We’re going to lay three of them first. Then we’re going to come back. So first we’re going to peel back the two outside ones, lay those back. Take a middle one going the other way. Lay those down. Take the middle one back. Put that one back. Take the next two outside ones again.
Now we have three going that way. Since these two are on top, we’re going to take that middle one, then the next one. Lay that one down, take the two outside ones, pull that back, lay that one down. So now we have to go this way, so I’m going to pull back the ones that are covered, this one and this one, then that one, and the two that are covered again, we’re going to pull back that one. Make sure you seal these down, because they will shrink, but you want them to stay in place. To get the traditional edge, make sure you seal that down. That’s how you make a lattice top pie.
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