Spiced Wine Hand Pies

Published On August 15, 2012 | By Russell van Kraayenburg | Dessert, Food

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Hand pies are similar to galettes or tarts in that they must be able to support themselves without the aid of a dish. While galettes and tarts use specialized doughs, hand pies are small enough that you can get away with using a standard pie dough. Take care not to overfill each hand pie otherwise they could break apart easily.

Pie Dough: This is my standard flaky pie dough recipe but with a third of the flour replaced with ground pecans. The ground pecans gives the dough a slightly sweet, nutty flavor and adds a little crunch.

View the original post at Chasing Delicious.

Russell van Kraayenburg is Editor-in-Chief at The Boys Club and blogger at Chasing Delicious.

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is a born and bred Texan who's always looking for a way to add a little BBQ to his cocktail. He is the Editor-in-Chief of The Boys Club and Founder and CEO of Rambunctious House Media, the food-obsessed company behind The Boys Club, Chasing Delicious, and thesweettooth.co. Follow Russell on twitter @rvank.

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