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Egg Pie is a classic Filipino dessert or snack. Try this easy Filipino Egg Pie recipe and enjoy the creamy, delicate yet firm egg custard in buttery, flaky crust that is perfect afternoon snack.

Try this easy Filipino Egg Pie recipe and enjoy the creamy, delicate yet firm egg custard in buttery, flaky crust that is perfect afternoon snack. | www.foxyfolksy.comI remember back in the days when we used to live next to a bakery, I would wake up to the wonderful smell of Pandesal baking in the oven! It would be really nice if it was not at 3 o’clock in the morning though and there were times it was difficult to get back to sleep when you feel your stomach growling thinking of those hot pandesals with melting butter on them…hhhaaayy! Even writing about it now makes me crave for those hot pandesals. Good thing I have a similar recipe, so maybe it’s time to make some.

Another  thing I miss from our next-door bakery is their Egg Pie! It is also one of their bestseller, sometimes you have to order in advance if you want to have a slice because once it hit their stands then it is good as gone. So this means we usually get them fresh out of the oven and for me that is the best time to eat egg pie, while it is hot!Try this easy Filipino Egg Pie recipe and enjoy the creamy, delicate yet firm egg custard in buttery, flaky crust that is perfect afternoon snack. | www.foxyfolksy.com

I tried a recipe I found in Kusina Master because the picture in it looks so similar to the Egg pie from our neighbor’s bakery. The result was ok and it gave me the dark brown top I was looking for but I find it a tad too sweet for my taste and the custard was a bit too stiff, which is not a bad if that is your thing, for one it was really easy to cut, but I want the custard to be a bit delicate or slightly wiggly like a gelatin. Here is where my experience from making the Portuguese Egg tarts came to the rescue. So in the end, I used the same technique but changed the ingredients to make my own Egg Pie and it was perfect (in my humble opinion, backed-up by Armin’s, of course!).Try this easy Filipino Egg Pie recipe and enjoy the creamy, delicate yet firm egg custard in buttery, flaky crust that is perfect afternoon snack. | www.foxyfolksy.com

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Filipino Egg Pie Recipe
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Serves: 1x 9" pie
 
Ingredients
  • PIE CRUST
  • 1¼ cup flour
  • ¼ block of butter (1/2 stick/ 2oz./ 57g.), cut into small cubes
  • 1 teaspoon sugar
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 2-4 Tablespoon ice water
  • FILLING
  • 3 eggs
  • 1 egg, white and yolk separated
  • 200g heavy cream or all-purpose cream
  • 200g full-fat milk or evaporated milk
  • 1 - 1½ cup sweetened condensed milk, depending on how sweet you like it.
  • 2 teaspoon vanilla extract
Instructions
  1. In a mixing bowl mix together the flour, sugar, and salt. Cut in butter using the mixer by pulsing until mixture resembles coarse meal, with a few pea-size pieces of butter remaining. Add water a tablespoon at a time, pulsing until dough is crumbly but holds together when pressed. Press the dough together to form a ball.
  2. Place the pie dough on a floured surface or on a rolling mat and roll it out thinly to a 14-inch round sheet. Gently fold the round dough sheet in half and then in a quarter. Place the dough on a 9-inch pie form with the pointed part exactly at the middle. Unfold the pie dough and gently fit dough into bottom and sides of the plate without tearing it. Using kitchen shears, trim dough to a 1-inch overhang; fold under, and press gently to seal. Crimp edges if desired. Refrigerate 30 minutes to an hour.
  3. Preheat oven to 350°F/170°C.
  4. In a large mixing bowl, combine and whisk the 3 eggs and the separated egg yolk. Gradually add the condensed milk while whisking. Add the vanilla extract and continue whisking until all ingredients are well combined. Add the evaporated milk and all-purpose cream and mix well with other ingredients.
  5. In a separate bowl, beat the egg white using an electric mixer until it forms soft peaks. Fold the beaten egg white into the mixture. (The beaten egg white will give the top of the egg pie a brown color after baking.)
  6. Pour the filling on the refrigerated pie crust and bake on the lowest rack for 15 minutes at 350°F/170°C then lower the heat to 325°F/160°C and continue baking for 30-40 minutes or until toothpick inserted in the filling comes out clean.

Try this easy Filipino Egg Pie recipe and enjoy the creamy, delicate yet firm egg custard in buttery, flaky crust that is perfect afternoon snack. | www.foxyfolksy.com

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Written by Bebs

Bebs here! I love to cook and try new things and DIY projects! And although I think of myself as a homebody, I like seeing other places from time to time. If you are looking for a recipe and it ain't here, make a request and I will try my best to make it for you!

This article has 16 comments

  1. Tessy
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    Hi! I’ll make one next week. Do I need to set aside the mixture for a minute para magrise ang egg white? (Yung magfoform ng brown sa taas?) And also, yung oven ko kasi may init sa ibaba at taas, kailangan ko bang buksan parehas ang init? or baba lang? Please help me to achieve an egg pie like yours. Thank you!! 🙂

    • Reply

      Hi Tessy, Usually no need to set it aside as the whipped eggwhite is actually made of tiny bubbles that should rise instantly. Just try not to over fold or else malulusaw and hinde magfoform yung top. About your oven, you just have to try. Usually I have both heat on pero lahat ng oven is magkakaiba.

  2. Maria Antonette
    Reply

    Mine looks And taste a sweet crammbled egg. I saw another recipe, And they preheat The milk … should it make The difference?

    • Reply

      nope, usually preheating the milk would not make a difference on the taste and if you added the milk while it is hot, it may start to cook the eggs. I am wondering why yours tasted eggy when the recipe has more milk and cream plus the condensed milk than the eggs. I read somewhere that the older the eggs the eggy they taste. So use fresh eggs if possible. Or try to reduce the egg whites and add more yolks. Also try to bake the pie at a slightly lower temperature and at a lower rack. Did you add vanilla extract?

  3. Ching
    Reply

    Hello Bebs!

    Thanks so much for this wonderful recipe! The flavors are perfectly balanced! However, I was a bit disappointed because my top did not turn as brown as yours. Would you have any more “tips” that you may share to achieve that?

    Thank you again and more power!
    Ching

    • Reply

      Try not to over-fold the whipped egg white to the mixture. It should still float on top afterwards. Once the egg pie is baked and the top is still not evenly browned, lower the temperature to 50°C and continue to bake until it does.

  4. Reply

    Hi! I would just like to clarify what tool to use when mixing the dry ingredients with the butter. When you said “mixer” do you mean food processor or is it ok to use a regular electric mixer? Thank you very much. ☺️💕

    • Reply

      Hi Adee, I am referring to a hand or stand mixer. Can also be done manually with a fork or a knife. And note that butter must be cold.

  5. shirley
    Reply

    hi! i noticed you have cream in your ingredients, but you did not put the cream?

  6. Joy
    Reply

    Do I mix/whisk or uss electric mixer in folding the egg white to the mixture? Thanks!

    • Reply

      Hi Joy, folding means you mix them together a bit slowly so just use a spoon or a whisk in a up and down motion just until they are well mixed that the foam is no longer white but still floats in the surface afterwards.

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