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       Title: Jeremy Lee’s Soured Cream And Mulberry Jam Pie (Smetannik
  Categories: Dessert
       Yield: 1 Servings
            For the pastry
       8 oz (225 g) plain flour
       8 oz (225 g) unsalted butter
            Two lemons ; Zest of
            For the filling
     1/4 pt (150 ml) soured cream
       4 oz (115 g) pecan nuts; crushed
       2    Vanilla pods
       1 pn Nutmeg; freshly ground
       2 dr Almond extract; up to 3
       2 ts (10 ml) cinnamon
       2    Egg yolks
         lg Jar of mulberry jam
   You can find mulberry jam at most good delicatessens and supermarkets.
   Tiptree Jam make jam from their own mulberries. Believe me,it is the best
   mulberry jam I've ever tried and it’s a completely British product. Preheat
   the oven to a medium heat - 300-350 degrees F (150-180 degrees F). Mix the
   flour with the butter and add the lemon zest. Divide the dough into two and
   place in the refrigerator until cold. Roll out one quantity of dough on a
   cold surface and line a flan case with it. Place this in the refrigerator,
   together with the remaining quantity of dough, which will be used later for
   the lid. Using a large bowl, combine the soured cream and the pecan nuts.
   Scrape the seeds out of the vanilla pods and add them to the bowl. Add the
   ground nutmeg, almond extract, cinnamon and egg yolks. Mix all the
   ingredients together. Remove the pastry-lined flan case from the
   refrigerator. Gently spread the jam over the entire surface of the bottom
   of the flan case. Then spread the pecan and soured cream mixture on top of
   this. Place the flan case to one side. Roll out the other piece of pastry
   on a cold surface. Place it on top of the flan to make a lid; trim the
   edges. Put the pie in the oven and bake for about 45 minutes until golden
   brown and slightly puffy. You may want to whip up some double cream to
   serve with this. It’s great both hot and cold.
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