Deep-dish pie
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British pronunciation/dˈiːpdˈɪʃ pˈaɪ/
American pronunciation/dˈiːpdˈɪʃ pˈaɪ/
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a type of pie that has a high crust which allows for a larger amount of filling, typically made with fruit, cream, or custard

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What is "deep-dish pie"?

Deep-dish pie is a type of pie that is known for its high crust, which allows for a greater amount of filling and a more substantial serving size. This type of pie can be made in both sweet and savory varieties, and the fillings can range from fruits such as apples or berries to rich custards or cream-based fillings. The crust of a deep-dish pie is typically made from a mixture of flour, butter, and water, and is pressed into a deep pie dish to create a sturdy base for the filling. The filling is then added, and the pie is baked until the crust is golden brown and the filling is cooked through. Deep-dish pies are often served for special occasions or holidays, and can be a centerpiece of a large family or group meal.

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