Bobby Flay's Winning Throwdown Pumpkin Pie with Cinnamon Crunch and Bourbon-Maple Whipped Creamcomments (0) October 26th, 2010 in Gallery
We were lucky enough to catch Bobby Flay at our local Williams Sonoma store during his book signing tour for Bobby Flay's Throwdown!: More Than 100 Recipes from Food Network's Ultimate Cooking Challenge. With my autographed copy in hand, I couldn't wait to get home and try one of the recipes.
Bobby’s strategy for his winning pumpkin pie was to create a pie with an intensely flavored filling, using molasses, cloves, cinnamon, ginger, and vanilla. He wanted the filling to be luxuriously smooth and creamy, so he used extra egg yolks, heavy cream and milk, and strained it before baking. He also decided to keep it simple with canned pumpkin puree and a nontraditional graham cracker crust. To finish off the pie, he topped each slice with airy, boozed up whipped cream and crunchy cinnamon-oat streusel, providing a wonderful contrast of textures.
You're going to want this for your Thanksgiving feast!
Recipe Used: Slightly adapted from Throwdown Pumpkin Pie
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