Yield: 24 Servings
|½ cup||Lukewarm milk|
|2 cups||All purpose flour; sifted|
Mix butter, sugar, salt and egg together. Dissolve yeast in milk and add to the first mixture. Stir in flour and knead for about 5 minutes. Place in a warm place to rise. Punch down and roll out about ¼ inch thick; place in pie pans. Pour in your favorite custard and bake.
On Good Friday, my grandmother always made what she called Good Friday Custard Pie. This was the crust she made. She invited the whole family and always served dinner at 11:00 AM so everyone could go to church from noon until 3:00 PM. Fish courtbouillon and hot tea were always served with the Good Friday Pie for dessert. This tradition was carried on until the time of her death (at least 60 years).
From <A Taste of Louisiana>. Downloaded from Glen's MM Recipe Archive, .