Once cooked, cool, slice and serve - voila! ~ Jeannette Tomanka

Chess Pie Recipe Steps

Here are the individual steps, with photos, for the Chess Pie Recipe I recently  posted on my website.

Classic Chess Pie Ingredients
Classic Chess Pie Ingredients – Eggs, Margarine or Butter, Milk, Sugar, Vanilla, Salt, Corn Starch, and Vinegar. Pie shell not included in photo.
Melt the Margarine/Butter
Melt the Margarine/Butter…

Add sugar...
Add Sugar…
Add milk, stirring in gradually...
…stirring in gradually…
Add the Vinegar
Add the Vinegar to the hot pie mixture.
Measure the Cornstarch
Measure the Cornstarch – this provides additional thickening along with the eggs.
Add some milk to the cornstarch to dissolve it and get the lumps out of it.
Add some milk to the cornstarch to dissolve it and get the lumps out of it.
Jeannette Tomanka. Add the milk and corn starch to the Chess Pie mixture on the stove, stirring in gradually.
Jeannette Tomanka. Add the milk and corn starch to the Chess Pie mixture on the stove, stirring in gradually.
Crack your eggs and remove them from the shells.
Crack your eggs and remove them from the shells…
...beat the eggs and then gradually add them to the mixture, stirring rapidly to keep eggy clumps from happening.
…beat the eggs and then gradually add them to the mixture, stirring rapidly to keep eggy clumps from happening.
Pour Chess Pie mixture into a ready-made prepared pie shell, and place on a cookie sheet in the middle rack of your preheated oven.
Pour Chess Pie mixture into a ready-made prepared pie shell, and place on a cookie sheet in the middle rack of your preheated oven.
Once cooked, cool, slice and serve - voila! ~ Jeannette Tomanka
Once cooked, cool, slice and serve – voila! ~ Jeannette Tomanka

Here’s also the video for making Chess Pie:

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