Help! I Left the Salt and Sugar Out of My Pie Dough

Help! I Left the Salt and Sugar Out of My Pie Dough

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Faith Durand
Nov 22, 2011
Q: I made a pie dough from scratch this year for Thanksgiving, but I forgot to add the salt and sugar.

I realize I'll have to make the dough over for the pie, but is there any way you or your readers can suggest I use up this unseasoned pie dough?

Sent by Katie

Editor: Katie, I actually think that this pie dough would be fine for your pie. Most pie doughs only have a bit of salt, and since your filling will be sweet, you don't need a lot of sugar in the dough itself.

Readers, what do you think?


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