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DESSERTS (PASTRY AND PIES) No.I 032 02
STRAWBERRY CHIFFON PIE
Yield 100
Portion 1 Slice
Calories
Carbohydrates
Protein
Fat
Cholesterol
Sodium
Calcium
209 cal
28 g
3g
10 g
0 mg
145 mg
13 mg
Ingredient
Weight
Measure
Issue
PIE CRUST
13 each
DESSERT POWDER,GELATIN,STRAWBERRY
2 lbs
1 qts 1-1/2 cup
WATER,BOILING
5-1/2 lbs
2 qts 2-1/2 cup
WATER,COLD
4-2/3 lbs
2 qts 1 cup
WATER,COLD
1-1/2 lbs
2-7/8 cup
MILK,NONFAT,DRY
1-1/3 oz
1/2 cup 1 tbsp
SUGAR,GRANULATED
2-2/3 oz
1/4 cup 2-1/3 tbsp
EXTRACT,VANILLA
3/4 oz
1 tbsp
12 oz
1 gal 1/4 qts
WHIPPED TOPPING MIX,NONDAIRY,DRY
STRAWBERRIES,FROZEN,THAWED
5 lbs
2 qts 1 cup
Method
1 PREPARE AND DIVIDE DOUGH: Prepare 1/2 recipe Pie Crust (Recipe No. I 001 00). Divide dough into 13-7-1/2 oz pieces for
bottom crust; place on lightly floured board. ROLL DOUGH: Sprinkle each piece of dough lightly with flour; flatten gently.
Using a floured rolling pin, roll lightly with quick strokes from center out to edge in all directions. Form a circle 1 inch larger than
pie pan and about 1/8 inch thick. Shift or turn dough occasionally to prevent sticking. If edges split, pinch cracks together.
BOTTOM CRUST: Fold rolled dough in half; carefully place into ungreased pie pan with fold at center. Unfold and fit carefully
into pie pan, being careful not to leave any air spaces between pan and dough. REMOVE EXCESS DOUGH: Trim overhanging
edges of dough by using a knife or spatula. (Incorporate excess dough into next crust, if needed.) There should be little excess if
skill is used in weighing and rolling dough. BAKING INSTRUCTIONS FOR UNCOOKED PIES: Bake crusts at 425 F. for about
15-18 minutes, or until light golden brown. Cool before filling. Proceed with the recipe directions.
2 Dissolve gelatin in boiling water; add cold water. Mix until well blended.
3 Refrigerate until gelatin is thickened but not firm.
4 Pour cold water into chilled mixer bowl; add topping, milk, sugar, and vanilla. Using whip, beat at low speed 3 minutes or until
well blended. Scrape down whip and bowl. Whip at high speed for 5 to 10 minutes or until mixture forms stiff peaks. Set aside for
use in Step 7.
5 Using whip, beat thickened gelatin at high speed for 10 minutes or until foamy and soft peaks form.
6 Fold whipped topping and thawed, drained strawberries into gelatin. Mix carefully at low speed until well blended.
7 Pour 5-3/4 cups filling into each baked pie shell.
8 Refrigerate 2 hours or until set. Keep refrigerated until ready to serve.
9 Cut 8 wedges per pie. CCP: Hold for service at 41 F. or lower.
Notes
1 In Step 5, 2 pound 10 ounces of canned dessert topping and frozen bakery products may be used for all ingredients, per 100 servings.



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Strawberry Chiffon Pie

Yield: 100 Portion: 1 Slice
Calories: 209 cal
Carbohydrates: 28 g
Protein: 3g
Fat: 10 g
Cholesterol: 0 mg
Sodium: 145 mg
Calcium: 13 mg

Ingredient Weight Measure Issue
PIE CRUST 13 each
DESSERT POWDER,GELATIN,STRAWBERRY 2 lbs 1 qts 1-1/2 cup
WATER,BOILING 5-1/2 lbs 2 qts 2-1/2 cup
WATER,COLD 4-2/3 lbs 2 qts 1 cup
WATER,COLD 1-1/2 lbs 2-7/8 cup
MILK,NONFAT,DRY 1-1/3 oz 1/2 cup 1 tbsp
SUGAR,GRANULATED 2-2/3 oz 1/4 cup 2-1/3 tbsp
EXTRACT,VANILLA 3/4 oz 1 tbsp
WHIPPED TOPPING MIX,NONDAIRY,DRY 12 oz 1 gal 1/4 qts
STRAWBERRIES,FROZEN,THAWED 5 lbs 2 qts 1 cup

Method:
1 PREPARE AND DIVIDE DOUGH: Prepare 1/2 recipe Pie Crust (Recipe No. I 001 00). Divide dough into 13-7-1/2 oz pieces for
bottom crust; place on lightly floured board. ROLL DOUGH: Sprinkle each piece of dough lightly with flour; flatten gently.
Using a floured rolling pin, roll lightly with quick strokes from center out to edge in all directions. Form a circle 1 inch larger than
pie pan and about 1/8 inch thick. Shift or turn dough occasionally to prevent sticking. If edges split, pinch cracks together.
BOTTOM CRUST: Fold rolled dough in half; carefully place into ungreased pie pan with fold at center. Unfold and fit carefully
into pie pan, being careful not to leave any air spaces between pan and dough. REMOVE EXCESS DOUGH: Trim overhanging
edges of dough by using a knife or spatula. (Incorporate excess dough into next crust, if needed.) There should be little excess if
skill is used in weighing and rolling dough. BAKING INSTRUCTIONS FOR UNCOOKED PIES: Bake crusts at 425 F. for about
15-18 minutes, or until light golden brown. Cool before filling. Proceed with the recipe directions.
2 Dissolve gelatin in boiling water; add cold water. Mix until well blended.
3 Refrigerate until gelatin is thickened but not firm.
4 Pour cold water into chilled mixer bowl; add topping, milk, sugar, and vanilla. Using whip, beat at low speed 3 minutes or until
well blended. Scrape down whip and bowl. Whip at high speed for 5 to 10 minutes or until mixture forms stiff peaks. Set aside for
use in Step 7.
5 Using whip, beat thickened gelatin at high speed for 10 minutes or until foamy and soft peaks form.
6 Fold whipped topping and thawed, drained strawberries into gelatin. Mix carefully at low speed until well blended.
7 Pour 5-3/4 cups filling into each baked pie shell.
8 Refrigerate 2 hours or until set. Keep refrigerated until ready to serve.
9 Cut 8 wedges per pie. CCP: Hold for service at 41 F. or lower.
Notes
1 In Step 5, 2 pound 10 ounces of canned dessert topping and frozen bakery products may be used for all ingredients, per 100 servings.

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Source: U.S. Department of Defence