Meals Community star Trisha Yearwood has had her share of kitchen mishaps. One in every of these included a yr when she made one in every of her household’s favourite Thanksgiving treats, Pecan Pie and forgot the butter! Whereas her household nonetheless loved the decadent dessert, Yearwood ultimately fessed as much as the blunder. It has turn out to be a treasured meals reminiscence and one she nonetheless laughs about till at the present time.
Trisha Yearwood shared a humorous Pecan Pie reminiscence
“Here’s the thing: if you’re going to cook, you’re going to make mistakes. Even [on] things that you have made a million times,” Yearwood defined to Sounds Like Nashville.
“Thanksgiving, a few years ago, I made pecan pie. I make pecan pie every single Thanksgiving,” Yearwood continued.
“It’s got like four ingredients! How can you screw that up, right? So, one of the ingredients is a melted stick of butter. So, I put the butter in the microwave, and I melted the butter. I make the pie, and it comes out. I make two. It comes out, it looks gorgeous, like the pecans I put on top didn’t even sink in it. It’s like, ‘This is one of the most gorgeous pies I’ve ever made,’” Yearwood recalled.
“[I] start to serve it, and I’m like ‘This doesn’t feel [right], something doesn’t look right.’ It’s tasted good, more like a praline bar. But the butter was in the microwave. So, when I realized that, I brought the butter out, and we named it Bob Bowl ‘O’ Butter, and we had melted butter to dip our biscuits in at Thanksgiving,” she laughed.
The components for Trisha Yearwood’s Pecan Pie
The components for Yearwood’s recipe for Pecan Pie are crammed with do-it-yourself goodness and is a beloved household recipe.
These embrace gentle brown sugar, granulated sugar, eggs, chopped pecans, one stick butter, milk, flour, vanilla, pecan halves, and a 9-inch deep-dish pie shell.
The best way to make this Southern dessert staple
Preheat the oven to 325 levels.
In a big mixing bowl, combine brown sugar, granulated sugar, and eggs.
Add chopped pecans, melted butter, milk, flour, and vanilla. Stir to mix.
Pour the combination into the pie shell. Organize pecan halves on high.
Bake for 55 minutes. The pie needs to be agency, with solely a slight jiggle in the heart. It should proceed to set because it cools down.
The complete recipe and video can be found on the Food Network web site.
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