Why are my pies always soggy on the bottom?

Why are my pies always soggy on the bottom?

Some recipes suggest you poke holes in the crust to stop it from puffing up. The danger with this is the liquid from your filling can seep down into these holes, making the base soggy. Opt for blind-baking and press the beans down firmly to stop your crust from puffing up.

Why does the bottom of my pie crust not cook?

Prebaking baking the pie crust before adding the filling is your answer. Bake your crust, add the filling, and bake until the filling is done. I promise you, the crust won’t burn on the bottom; the filling will insulate it

How do you fix a soggy bottom pie crust?

But the one surefire way to make absolutely certain your pie’s crust will be golden brown, crisp, and delicious just as appealing as its filling is to prebake it. That’s right: bake the bottom crust first, before adding the filling

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