How do you jazz up store bought pie filling?

How do you jazz up store bought pie filling?

To make it taste better, add a tablespoon of plain white sugar at a time until the cherry pie filling is as sweet as you want it to be. Then, let the pie filling sit for ten minutes before you taste it to enable the sugar to meld and dissolve with the cherry flavors.

How do you make store bought pie taste better?

Spoon over the pie and dust with ground cinnamon.

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How do you make a store-bought graham cracker crust taste better?

Carefully unroll one of the pie crusts onto the work surface and sprinkle with more cookie dust. Use a rolling pin to roll the crust slightly thinner and press some of the cookie dust into the dough. Fit the pie crust into the desired pan. For a slightly richer tasting crust, brush lightly with melted butter./span>

Why does store-bought pie crust shrink?

Probably the main reason that pie crusts shrink is because the dough is not given adequate time to “rest”. This resting time allows the gluten to literally relax at critical points in the pie dough process, and will play a big role in preventing shrinking once it is baked./span>

Does microwaving food make it soggy?

The electromagnetic radiation used to heat food causes water molecules in the food to move. The friction from that movement causes the heat that warms the food or liquid in the microwave. Because the moisture cannot leave the microwave, it remains in the food, causing it to become soggy.

How do you crisp soggy pastry?

I would suggest that you put it in a hot oven for about 20 minutes, and take the precaution of covering the top with foil. After 20 minutes, take the foil off and then cook for another 10 minutes. Hopefully by then the inside will be properly heated through and the pastry cooked without being burnt. Hopefully ... !/span>