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                            Ann’s Chocolate Pie
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 Serving Size  : 1    Preparation Time :0:00
 Categories    : Pies
   Amount  Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
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    1      cup           butter (not margarine)
    4      tablespoons   sugar
    2      cups          flour
    6      ounces        chocolate chips
      1/4  cup           corn syrup
      1/4  cup           water
      1/2  cup           sugar
      1/4  cup           water
    1                    egg white
    1      teaspoon      vanilla
    1      teaspoon      lemon juice
    1      cup           whipping cream
 CRUST: Mix butter and together and add flour.  Mix until    
 crumbly (about 3 mins on med).  Pat 2/3 of mixture into pie 
 pan or spring pan and put remainder into a small pan.  Heat 
 both at 350 for about 15 mins (or until light brown).  Stir 
 the small pan amount once during cooking time to create     
 crumbs.  Once done put in refrigerator to cool completely.  
 FILLING:  Melt choc in corn syrup and 1/4 cup of water.     
 (Can be done over low heat or in the microwave 4 mins on    
 med.)  Stir to incorporate and put in refrigerator to cool  
 Combine sugar, the other 1/4 cup of water, egg white,       
 vanilla, and lemon juice.  Beat on high speed until peaks   
 form (this takes a long time about 20 minutes with my       
 mixer).  In a separate bowl beat the whipping cream until   
 thick.  Fold cream and half of the chocolate mixture into   
 the egg white mix.                                          
 Spoon into shell. Drizzle other half of the chocolate over  
 filling and cut throughout with knife. Sprinkle crumbs over 
 top and cool until firm (about two hours).                  
  This is my all time favorite pie, it is rich but sooo      
 (It can be made in a pie shell but I have best results in a 
 spring release pan) Posted by Ann Morin, A.MORIN4 on Genie  
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