On Line Cookbook
A Really GREAT Pie Crust - Easy Oil Pie Pastry
Home . Contents . Index . Search . Glossary
Print Friendly Recipe
Recipe Information
A very easy and TENDER pie crust (my husband thinks it's the best

My mother

Serves/Makes:2 crusts (can cut in half)

  • 2 cups (475 ml) sifted flour
  • 1/2 tsp (2 ml) salt
  • 1/2 cup (125 ml) oil (canola, corn, etc.)
  • 1/4 cup (60 ml) milk
  • Mix flour and salt.
  • Mix milk and oil together.
  • Pour into flour and salt mixture and mix until dough forms a ball.
  • Divide in half.
  • Roll each half between two sheets of waxed paper. Peel off one side of the paper. Invert and place dough (with the other piece of wax paper still clinging) over pie pan.
  • Remove (CAREFULLY) the wax paper.
  • (If cooking one crust empty, don't forget to prick with a fork to eliminate bubbling during baking.)
  • For top crust (if used) roll out in same manner as bottom crust, only cut slits in it for steam release when using for fruit pies.
My mother has been making this for the past 50 years and it is always tender, flakey and flavorful. Sometimes if I'm making a pudding filled pie or I just desire a different taste I add 1 Tablespoon sugar to the dry ingredients and 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract to the liquids and then prepare as described above. Enjoy! Jan Peiffer

Quantity Calculator
Adjust the Serves/Makes quantity to:
Set to 0 for the original quantity
Email This To A Friend
Do you know someone who would like this recipe?
Fill in this form, then click 'Send Recipe'. The cookbook will email it to them.
Please be exact when entering the email addresses; otherwise, the recipe will get lost in cyberspace.

Mail to:
Your email:
Your name:

Copyright ©1997-2018 by Synergetic Data Systems Inc. All rights reserved.
SDSI neither endorses nor warrants any products advertised herein. All recipe content provided to SDSI is assumed to be original unless identified as otherwise by the submitter.

SDSI provides all content herein AS IS, without warranty. SDSI is not responsible for errors or omissions, nor for consequences of improper preparation, user allergies, or any other consequence of food preparation or consumption.

Send comments to our email. For more information, check our About the Cookbook page.