absolutely! i always use allspice along with cinnamon and nutmeg in my pumpkin pie.
the best combination of spices for homemade pumpkin pie is as follows: 1 teaspoon ground ginger 1 to 2 teaspoons ground cinnamon 1/4 teaspoon ground cloves or allspice if you are using the pre-mixed pumpkin pie spice, use 2 to 3 teaspoons.
pumpkin pie filling can be made with canned pumpkin pie filling; or it can be made from pumpkin puree, made from real pumpkins. when made from real pumpkin puree, it is mixed with milk, sugar, and spices to make a very tasty filling. some people use allspice, nutmeg and/or cinnamon as the spices.
white sugar is the best sugar you can use in pumpkin pie.
no, canned pumpkin does not have the additional ingredients required for pie that are included in canned pumpkin pie mix. if one has only canned pumpkin, one must use a recipe calling for plain canned pumpkin in order to bake a successful pie.
the insides of the pumpkin is used. cook the pumpkin and scoop it out.
yes, i would very much like to have another slice of pumpkin pie. there's a little frost on the pumpkin this morning.
a pastry crust is almost always used for pumpkin pie. however, a pumpkin pie can be delicious with made with a graham cracker crumb crust.
i buy the libby's pumpkin, not the pie filling. then follow the directions on the can. for the crust, pillsbury's are very good (you unroll them). i use a pyrex pie plate, prick the crust here and there with a fork and do the edges. for the spices, you can use allspice, but i think using the separate spices tastes better. if you want to make your own crust, using ice water and half and half butter and shortening makes rolling the crust out more manageable.
yes, the pie can be frozen because the previously frozen pumpkin was subsequently baked in the pie at temperatures that would kill bacteria.
pumpkin, oven, pie pan, spices, evaporated milk, eggs, piecrust
reglar crust that is soft
pumpkin pie. pumpkin gratin.
sure you can! it will make pumpkin bred probably!
any type of pumpkin is acceptable for pie use, it will depend on the region. for instance, people in a region that grows giant pumpkins will use giant pumpkins for pumpkin pie. well having grown and made alot of pies the rule is the smaller the pumpkin the better. giant pumpkins make terrible pies in my opinion.
yes, there are several good recipes if you just do a search for pumpkin pie with coconut milk --it is delicious--
i would no put a crust on a pumpkin pie, i would leave the pie open.
you can make tarts, small little pies with the filling. and there are cake recipes for making pumpkin cake that use a can of pumpkin pie filling. however, if you just dump the pie filling into cup cake tins, i think you will be disappointed in the results.
out of a pumpkin, you can make: pumpkin pie, pumpkin bread, custard, cookies, soup, and pumpkin butter. you can also carve them and use them for halloween. i recomend pumpkin nook.com
the mix contains sugar and other ingredients, it is not the same. you can use any pureed winter squash for the pumpkin.