Best Ever Chinese Chicken
The abundance of wonderful, fresh vegetables that we can't help but eat throughout the day is perhaps one of the nicest things about summer. Crispy rhubarb? Absolutely, yeah. raspberry pie unable to get enough of it We adore just about every fruit treat we can get our hands on, but peach-flavored treats are some of our absolute favorites. You name it: crisp, crumble, droop. Having said that, there are few things more depressing than having a longing for a delicious peach pie in the middle of winter and realizing that it will be months, sob!, before we can make one again.
Peeled, pitted, and sliced, 6 to 8 fresh peaches
brown sugar, 1/3 cup
30 grams of sugar
3 tablespoons of regular flour
1 teaspoon of lemon juice, fresh
1/8 teaspoon cinnamon powder
1/8 nutmeg teaspoon
freezer Ziplock bags
the dough for pie (homemade or store-bought)
Sliced peaches should be added to a large basin along with flour, brown and white sugar, lemon juice, cinnamon, and nutmeg. Combine everything and toss until covered completely.
Pour the filling into the freezer bag, remove any extra air, and then firmly close.
Place a freezer bag into a typical pie dish, and then freeze the dish for at least 4 hours, if not longer.
After removing the pie plate, add as many more contents as required, stacking the frozen fillings in the freezer until needed.
Set the oven to 400°F when you're ready to bake.
Put the pie crust in the dish after trimming the extra. Place or pour the frozen filling into the pie plate after removing it from the freezer (it can be frozen or thawed).
Add the remaining pie crust on top. cut the edges of