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Sweet Potato Pie Recipe From Canned Potatoes


When asked to opt for, most southerners choose the taste of sweet potato pie over the related pumpkin pie. This standard dessert, along with pecan pie, could be found on dinner tables all through the south throughout the holiday season. Often served for Thanksgiving and Christmas, it is also common for fall and winter Sunday dinners and served with coffee to drop-in guests. While northerners have adapted this southern food and often add toppings which include marshmallows, southerners stay puritanical about the pie and decline such additions. You'll find as many recipes for sweet potato pie as there are southern cooks, but they always include canned or fresh sweet potatoes, milk, eggs, sugar, and spices. This very simple recipe will impress your family and friends but only demands eight ingredients, including canned sweet potatoes, and calls for a frozen pie shell.

Non-southerners are from time to time baffled concerning the distinction in between sweet potato pie and sweet potato casserole. While the ingredients are essentially the same, as well as the taste, sweet potato casserole is cooked and served in a casserole dish and does not possess a crust. It is also appropriate to place toppings on sweet potato casserole where no southerner worth their salt would put a topping on a pie made from the exact same tuberous root. The most essential difference is the fact that the pie is served for dessert while casserole as a side. The two are usually served throughout the very same meal.

Sweet Potato Pie Recipe Ingredients 1 14 ounce can mashed sweet potato, cup evaporated milk, cup firmly packed brown sugar, 2 huge eggs, 1 tbsp. butter or margarine, melted, tsp. salt, tsp. ground ginger, tsp. ground cinnamon, 9 inch frozen pie shell

Instructions

1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit

2. Process first eight ingredients in container of electric blender till smooth, stopping once to scrap down sides. Pour mixture into pastry shell.

3. Bake at 400 degrees for ten minutes then lower temperature to 250 degrees Fahrenheit and bake an added fifteen minutes. Remove pie and cover edge of crust with aluminum foil to prevent excessive browning. Place pie back into oven and bake 20 additional minutes or till a knife inserted in center of pie comes out clean.

4. Allow to cool. Cover and store in fridge.

Added tips For This Sweet Potato Pie Recipe From Canned Potatoes

Sweet potato pie is ideal served at room temperature or cold. For an additional special treat, top with a dollop of whipped cream sprinkled with cinnamon.




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The author adores sweet potato pies and features a website dedicated to it. You can find there details and recipes like recipe for sweet potato pie from canned potatoes. For more of sweet potato pies, take a look at this recipe.Author: EVM STAFF on 09/23 2012
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