Buco Pie (Coconut Pie) Recipe

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This is a very famous delicacy from the province of Laguna. Everyone who comes to visit the place should not leave without tasting 'Buko Pie'!

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  1. In a medium-sized bowl, mix the flour and salt then cut the shortening using a pastry cutter.
  2. Mix the water, egg yolk and vinegar. Slowly pour in the liquid to the flour and mix it until the can be handled.
  3. Cut the dough into two. Make sure that the other one is slightly bigger than the other. Then roll up the bigger dough about 2’’ larger than 16-inch plate.
  4. Fit the dough in a pie plate to make its side hangs.
  5. Roll the remaining dough for the crust and set aside.
  6. Mix all the ingredients in a thick casserole.
  7. Cook it and stir well to thicken. Let it cool and pour it into the crust.
  8. Cover its top with the crust and crimp its edges to seal it.
  9. Bake it within 1 hour at 220 degrees Celsius.
  10. Serve and Enjoy!
  11. *Leftovers can be stored in the fridge.

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  • A.L. Wiebe
    That is a pretty picture, Shalina, and the pie looks delicious. Are there any accompaniments that are often served with this (like ice cream, whipping cream, etc), or is it served alone? I imagine it would be rich enough without anything else on the plate.
    I want to make this for the coming weekend. Thanks for sharing!
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    • ShaleeDP
      September 24, 2013
      We usually just have it as it is. Young and adults enjoy it much. Am sure you will too! :)
    • Robyn Savoie
      Wow, this looks fabulous. Can't wait to try it.

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