The flavors of this pie are inspired by Caribbean ingredients. Muscovado sugar is a rich, moist, dark brown sugar made by an artisanal process that preserves the spicy nuances of natural molasses flavor. Because of the molasses content, the sugar is not as sweet as regular dark brown sugar. A hint of rum complements the flavor of the sugar perfectly. The sugar’s dark color gives the pie a dramatic appearance.
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Serve with lightly sweetened whipped cream.
Made this several times last Thanksgiving season and can't wait to make it again. It has been a huge success with all my friends who have tasted it. Thank you for continually coming up with great recipes. Love your magazine!
Outstanding. You can taste the pumpkin rather than just spices, and the texture is creamy and rich, crust is fabulous. I've always been ambivalent about pumpkin pie, but this has made me a convert. I used homemade pumpkin puree.
Wonderful recipe with rich and spicy taste. Even those who dislike pumpkin pie will adore this pie. Serve with freshly whipped cream.
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