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How to Roll Out a Pie Crust

Learn how to roll out pie dough so that it's even, round, doesn’t stick, and gets into the pie plate in one piece.

Sarah Breckenridge
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Videography by Gary Junken and Michael Dobsevage; editing by Gary JunkenRolling out pie dough and transferring it into a pie plate is the step in pie-making that often makes new bakers (and even some pros) anxious. The dough could crack while you’re rolling or tear while you’re moving it over to the plate. And just about every baker has had pie dough stick to the counter.
You won’t have to worry about any of those scenarios again. In this video, baking expert Abby Dodge shows you how to roll out a dough that’s even, round, doesn’t stick, and gets into the pie plate in one piece.


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