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Michelle Losey's Mandarin Orange Deep Dish Pie

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Mandarin oranges in jar, can or frozen
To measure the amount of oranges needed take pie pan you're going to use and fill it w/ oranges 'till slightly heaping then pour in bowl and wash and dry your pie pan
3/4- 1 Cup white sugar (if using regular oranges depending on bitterness you might want to add more sugar!)
1-2 tsp orange extract
1-2 tsp vanilla
Couple shakes of salt
3 TBS Cornstarch (if real juicy might want to add more cornstarch)
Pie crust deep dish homemade or store bought

3/4 cup quick cooking oats
3/4 cup packed light brown sugar
3/4 cup all-purpose flour
Dash of salt
Cold butter

Preheat oven to 375F

In bowl add sugar, vanilla, orange extract, and salt to oranges and stir together

Add cornstarch and mix well

Poke a few fork holes in bottom of crust

Pour filling into pie crust

Add topping

Cover edges of pie w/ Tin foil to prevent burning

Bake at 375


Mix oats, sugar, flour and salt together

Cut in butter 1 TBS at a time 'till mix is crumbly

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After making enough pies I found you can make a pie outta most any fruit, fruit mix, juice or vegetables and vegetable fruit mixes! So I began experimenting and this was one of my concoctions :)

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