filipino egg pie
Blog update: 9/19/20
The process is very simple, prepare the filling ingredients first by combining evaporated milk, eggs, sugar and vanilla. I only added 1/2 cup of sugar here. Some uses condensed milk but I don't like it too sweet so please feel free to adjust accordingly. Just whisk all the ingredients together until fully blended. Strain the bubbles on top to achieve a smooth custard filling.
In a small bowl, beat the egg white until soft peak. Soft peak means until egg white mildly foams up. To test, when you turn your whisk upside down, the peaks are just starting to hold.
Combine it to the filling mixture by folding the egg white into the batter. They will float and that's normal because that will be the topping for your egg pie.
Then transfer the mixture into a prepared pie crust. Bake at 350F for 20 minutes then lower oven temp to 325F and bake again for another 30-35 minutes. Do not over bake the pie or make the top too brown or else the egg white will taste slightly bitter. Full detailed recipe below.
filipino egg pie recipe
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Thank you very much... means a lot... I am in England x
You're welcome Ms. Joyce 😊.
Thanks for the recipe, God bless you more.
You're welcome Ms. Merlyn.
Thanks for the recipe. Super sarap. Always requested during birthdays and simple gatherings. Pinay from New Zealand here.
Hi. Thank you for your egg pie recipe and video. I saw the recipe for the crust but do you have the video for making egg pie crust? Thank you
Thumbs up for this recipe. I tried it yesterday and it really taste good; not too sweet and I love it that way. Same here, can you please upload a video with the crust.
hello po good evening, nantry ko po ang eggpie recipe nyo it was soo good thank you so much po for sharing, magkano po kaya per deep dish eggpie kung for sale, for now im baking for free for friends. have a good night and happy thanksgiving in advance.
I am glad na nagustuhan mo. Depende sa cost ng pie crust mo and how much ang bili mo sa mga recipes. Add up mo lang sya then multiply x 3 para makuha mo ang tamang price. kasi 1/3 should be the ingredients, 1/3 for your labor and 1/3 for utilities and other misc cost. I hope this helps. Happy Thanksgiving in advance din.
I tried this recipe...just wondering why egg custard pie is still wobbly after 20 mins?
You will have to bake it for another 30-35 minutes after lowering the temperature.
Hello po, ano pwede I substitute sa evaporated milk? Wala po kasi dito sa Korea. Malayo pa naman mga Philippine mart sa amin. Thank you
I don't think whole milk will do kasi evap has half less water than whole milk. Mas malapot kasi sya.
Up to 5 days siguro pero egg pie kasi needs to be consumed or else hindi na masarap ang crust nya kapag matagal na sa ref.
Hello, have you tried baking minis/in muffin pan or tins? If you have, is the baking time the same, or how different is the baking time?
Hi. No, I haven't. Planning to make one soon, time will definitely be a little shorter.
Thank you ms. Janet for sharing your recipes... though i haven't tried all.. 😊😊😊 yung keri lang ng gamit ko sa kitchen ang nagagawa ko....i enjoyed watching naman the videos.. God bless po..
Hi Ms. Mabel. You 're very welcome. Thank you! I can't wait for you to try it. :)
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