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Saturday, 3 August 2013

Mississippi Mud Pie

Mississippi mud pie is a yummy chocolate-based dessert. The pie is given this name because it is originated from U.S. state of Mississippi. This recipe of pie contains a glutinous chocolate sauce on crest of a flaky chocolate coating.

Butter 4 tbsp
Chocolate cookies 9 ounces or 1 ½ cups cookie crumbs
Salt ½ tsp
Butter 6 tbsp
Bittersweet chocolate 3 ounces
Egg 3
Sugar 1 cup
Corn syrup 3 tbsp
Vanilla 1 tsp
Cream 250 ml
Sugar ¼ cup (powdered)
Pecans 16 – 20 (whole, toasted)
Cooking Directions
Preheat oven to 350 F.
Combine chocolate cookies and salt in food processor and grind to crumbs.
Melt the butter and then drizzle it into the food processor, pulsing occasionally until clumpy and combined.
Press crumbs into pie pan.
Bake 7 – 10 minutes until just firm but not darkened in color.
Combine butter and chocolate in a saucepan and melt over moderate heat until combined, stirring occasionally alternately.
Remove from heat and let the mixture cool slightly.
Then beat in the eggs until combined.Beat in the sugar, then the corn syrup and vanilla.
Pour into pie crust and place in the oven.Bake 35 – 40 minutes, until the filling is set and cackled on the top.Watch that the pie crust edges don't burn.
Let the pie cool completely to room temperature.In the meantime, whip the cream to stuff peaks.Then beat in the sugar taste to see if it needs more sugar.
Spread whipped cream over pie, decorate with pecans.

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