17 November 2015

Classic cherry pie with butter crust (Pastel de cerezas)












Im in love of this cherry pie: Especially about crust, delicious!

Source : Martha Stewart 


You can make with jarred or canned cherries, if you don't have fresh cherries





Ingredients

4 cups  fresh cherries or drained thawed frozen, pitted
or jarred cherries
1 cup sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/4 teaspoon almond extract
2 tablespoon unsalted butter cut into small pieces







For the crust

Pate brisee recipe  see here 

All purpose flour for surface
1 large egg lightly beaten with 1
tablespoon of heavy cream, for egg wash

Method

Preheat oven t 180°C (375 F).
Make the filling :
Toss together cherries , sugar, cornstarch, and vanilla extract in a bowl. Set aside.

Roll out 1 disk pate brisee on a lightly floured surface. Fit dough ito a 9 inch pie mold.
Pour in filling and dot top with butter.
refrigerate while making top crust.
Roll remaining disk pate brisee on a lightly floured surface. Cut out 4 or 5 holes using a cookie cutter. Place on top of pie.
Trim bottom and top crusts and press together to seal around edges.Fold edges under and crmp as desired. Put in fridge for 20 minutes.
Brush crust with egg wash. Bake pie on a parchment lined baking sheet set on the middle rack, with a foil line baking sheet on bottom to catch juices, until pie is bubbling in center and crust is golden about 50 minutes. Transfer pie to a wire rack and let cool before serving.


Print recipe














En español

Pastel de cerezas


















La corteza de este pastel de cerezas es deliciosa. 
La receta es de Marta Stewart y se puede hacer ya sea con cerezas frescas o frasco o tarro de cerezas.

Ingredientes


89 comments:

  1. That is the crust recipe I always use! So good! And you cherry pie looks wonderful!

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    1. Thanks Betsy ! Yes the Martha Stewart crust is so good!!

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  2. oh Dear...how delicious!!
    I must try that crust!!
    Have a great week...
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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  3. Fantastica ricetta :P un abbraccio!

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  4. Gloria, Cherries and a nice buttery crust encasing them...can't miss! My wife's favorite pie... Heat it up with a scoop of vanilla bean ice cream and we're both good to go! Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  5. I love cherry pie! What could be better than butter crust? It looks wonderful Gloria.

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  6. Yum! My favorite and the cherry season is just starting. Last Christmas i canned about a dozen jars of cherry pie filling and it didnt make it through the winter! I think i need to do more this year!

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    1. What nice you canned cherries is amazing!!! Send you hugs and love!

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  7. Delicioso!!! E lindo! Nunca provei tarte de cereja mas fiquei cheia de vontade! Beijinhos :)

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  8. Beautiful pie. I am soooo in a pie mood as the weather here gets cooler!

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  9. Looks like a Mary Engelbreight pie:)

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    1. Thanks Monique :)
      What lovely comment ♡♡♡

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  10. ça m'a l'air succulent!
    bonne soirée

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  11. semplicemente deliziosa :)
    un abbraccio, buona settimana

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  12. Querida Gloria, Es mi pie favorito! Voy a tener que probar esta receta, siempre uso la de Fannie Farmer, pero Martha Stewart tiene recetas mortales. Besitos

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  13. What a beautiful pie! Haven't had a cherry pie in years. Yum! xo

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  14. That's a beautifully prepared cherry pie, Gloria, so golden brown and nice.

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  15. That looks so delicious. We are entering winter here so no cherries until next spring.

    Best,
    Bonnie

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    1. Yes I know Bonnie but for this I put you can use frozen cherries or cherries in a jar :)

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  16. Cherry pie would be a real treat right now. It is blowing madly outside thanks to Storm Barney, pie would be great! xx

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    1. I heard about Barney Amy, is a big storm ! hugs

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  17. Thanks for this recipe I have masses of frozen cherries :-) Have a good day Diane

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    1. Amazing we need here that frozen cherries Diane, Only I find in jars
      xoxoxo

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  18. Your pie is my absolute favorite, and it looks delicious Gloria! Sadly, we've got a long wait here for fresh cherries for pie and it's not easy finding them frozen. Wish I lived next door to you so I could drop in for a slice!

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    1. Thanks Pam, but I make this sometimes with cherry jars and is delicious dear!

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  19. Gloria, may I have a slice?
    Un beso

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  20. And with a cherry, or three, on top to boot!

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  21. This looks wonderful. With tea. When it's raining. Heaven.
    Amalia
    xo

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  22. I love cherry pie, this one sounds wonderful. I love the cherry and almond extract combination. I love your pictures Gloria.

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  23. Che buono Gloria! Cherries must be in season where you are now, great that you are making the most! Bacioni.

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  24. perfetta per i dolci momenti, un abbraccio Gloria !

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  25. I love cherry pie and the crust in the pictures looks SCRUMPTIOUS! Yum! :)
    ~Jess

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    1. Thanks Jess I have to say the crust is amazing !!

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  26. looks so good would love some with custard

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  27. I love cherry pie--you'd make George Washington smile. A little known fact is that he chopped down the cherry tree in order to more easily harvest the cherries, of course, that season he had his last piece of cherry pie (just embellishing on a folk tale)

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    1. OMY I dont had idea about this story Sage!!Amazing!! I love cherry pie lol

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  28. I have to say that out of all the fruit pies, cherry is one of my all time favorites.Yours looks perfectly cooked.

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  29. So tasty and beautiful, Gloria. Delicious!
    A big hug,
    MG

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  30. So pretty this cherry pie of yours Gloria...I love cherri pies, but never made one...and yes, your crust looks perfect!
    Have a wonderful weekend :)

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    1. Thanks Juliana ! I love cherry pies :)

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  31. I adore cherry pie. My favorite preserves are cherry preserves too. What a lovely pie, Gloria, and your crust looks delicious enough to eat by itself :) Hugs xo

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    1. Thanks Susan, I love cherry preserves too is absolutely delicious!! xoxox

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  32. Drooling over this cherry pie .....Love to have a slice of it...... :) I bookmarked....!

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  33. Winter months and lovely looking pies like yours go so well together.

    All the best Jan

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  34. I love cherry pie - it looks amazing

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  35. Une tarte qui n'est plus de saison chez nous puisque nous n'avons plus de cerises. J'en mangerai avec grand plaisir.
    A bientôt

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  36. Love the almond flavoring in your pie, Gloria. Lovely crust too, can't miss with Martha Stewart!

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  37. I would love to have a slice of this!

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  38. Looks divine! Perfect time for pie in the States, Thanksgiving! Hope you are having a warm and beautiful day. It's cold here today. Hugs to you and yours!! xoxoxo

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  39. Un dessert wonderful!!! Have a nice evening!

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  40. Adoro le ciliegie!
    Un dolce semplicemente delizioso :)
    Un bacio

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  41. è magnifica cara,complimenti!!! :-))
    Bacioni a presto <3

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  42. Che voglia di ciliegie che mi hai fatto venire!!! E' stupenda!!!

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