4 Must-Try Weeknight Recipes from Chefs We Love
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It's delicious, easy, refreshing, and still sophisticated. The perfect warm weather drink for any occasion.
Make the Pie Dough…
First things first—you'll need to prepare the pie dough, which calls for all-purpose flour, granulated sugar, kosher salt, cubed and chilled unsalted butter, and ice water. Keeping the butter cold is key here since it will help ensure a flakier crust.
Once the dough has just come together in the food processor, form it together on a work surface, cleave it in half, and pat it into two squares. Let them chill, wrapped individually in plastic wrap, for about 45 minutes in the refrigerator.
…and Roll it Out
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