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This is a delicious pie! I've made it 4 times in the last 2 weeks and I used 1/4 cup of tapioca instead of the 2 1/2 T. because of the potential for being runny. It came out perfectly everytime. And I didn't grind the tapioca. Just used it as is, like I always do, and it was perfect. Try a crump topping instead of a crust: butter, flour, sugar. Wonderful!
This recipe is full of raspberry flavour. I used my home-grown frozen raspberries. I also ground the tapioca to a fine powder in my coffee grinder (found that hint on another site!) and it thickened the pie perfectly without that "cornstarchy" taste from using cornstarch. This is a great pie thank you Nancy for sharing it.
I have made this pie with raspberries and blueberries. I used a 16oz bag of fresh frozen blueberries and reduced the sugar to 3/4 cup (because blueberries are so very sweet) and this recipe worked like a charm! It's just such a perfect blend of flavor! I also use cornstarch instead of tapioca and I assumed she meant to put cut up pieces of butter over the filling under the crust/lattice. pie! a gr8 recipe!
This is the most awsome raspberry pie recipe!! This is from someone who doesn't even care to much for raspberries and it got a similar review from my uncle with the same feeling toward raspberries:0) I printed this recipe out in 2004 (sorry for the late review) and I have made this recipe numerous times. It is very easy and has come out PERFECT every time. The last time I made it I did not have any lemon juice so I used 1 tsp lemon extract and it was wonderful! Also I always use frozen unsweetened raspberries and mix all ingredients when the berries are still frozen. I make the dough and then when the mixture is completely thawed I fill the crust and bake. GREAT recipe - THANK YOU so much:0)
Disaster! First it was quite sour. (I made no adjustments and made it as directed.) Second the tapioca. I've never used it before and bought small pearl tapioca from the baking aisle. I figured it would bake it but no. It came out looking like tons of white BB's mixed in with the raspberries! It was like eating watermelon: chew spit chew spit! And it absorbed no liquid as it became raspberry soup. Had to throw out the whole pie. Did I use the wrong tapioca? If so please adjust the ingredients so it is more specific!