Yield: Yields one 9-inch pie.
A light-as-air pie that’s full of flavor. The browned top adds a toasty, caramelized note to the lemony buttermilk filling.
This sweet-tangy pie is just great served with fresh fruit, especially raspberries, and a dollop of whipped cream. Or dress up a slice with a drizzle of berry coulis.
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I was disappointed. It just wasn't worth making. That said, I did not top with whipped cream or berries, so I'm sure that would have helped. It was heavy on nutmeg flavor, and a bit dry when baked as directed.
I love Buttermilk Pie, I was raised on it but I've never put butter in it. I'm not sure what the purpose of it is? Try it both ways please and let me know if there's a reason for it or not. I can't imagine what. Thanks!
Wonderful pie! We served it with blackberries macerated with a little sugar.
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