TARTE AU SUCRE JAUNE

TARTE AU SUCRE JAUNE
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A fancy name for an simple pie. The Amish people call this pie MILICHE FLITCHE (Poor Man’s Pie), and add a bit of cinnamon. The Cajuns top it with Meringue. Down south, we call it BROWN SUGAR PIE.

Category: desserts

Ingredients

2 unbaked Pie Shells
1 lb Brown sugar
5 eggs
1/2 cp Sweetened Condensed Milk
1 tsp Vanilla

Preparation

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