Ella Bella’s Peach Mango Pie

Prep time:  About 7 minutes

Baking time:  About 45 minutes

Calories per serving:  299

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Jollibee is a popular fastfood place in my home country, the Philippines. Their peach-mango pie, in my opinion, is to die for! Well, since I haven’t had any for almost 4 years, the only way I could have some is to try recreating it.

Jollibee’s pies are typically like the McDonald’s apple pies that you can get as a dessert. I went with the traditional pie style but feel free to make pie pockets instead.

So let’s get baking! Here are the ingredients:

2 pastry crusts (one for bottom and one for the top) Ready-rolled Pie Crust

2 cups Peach Slices, fresh or canned, cubed

2 cups Ripe Mangoes , (about 2 whole fruit), cubed

1tbsp Ground Cinnamon

¼ cup All Purpose Flour

3 tbsps honey

1 egg, slightly beaten (for egg wash)

Preheat the oven at 375 degrees F (190 degrees C).

Spray the pie pan with cooking oil and line with one of the ready-made flaky crust. Set aside.

Here’s the easiest way to cube a mango, by the way 🙂

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In a medium mixing bowl, combine the peach and mango cubes, honey, cinnamon, lemon and flour until well incorporated.
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Once ready, pour into the pie pan then cover with the other pie crust. Poke holes with a fork. Brush the top with the egg wash and bake for about 45 minutes.  The top will be lightly browned. This makes 8 to 10 slices.

As you can see, I used lattice top on mine. This actually helps the filling “breathe.” All you need to do is cut the dough into strips and line them up vertically then horizontally until the top is covered as shown in the picture.

For those who would like to make their own pastry crust from scratch, I recommend this link: http://bakeat350.blogspot.com/2011/11/pie-crust-primerworks-for-me-wednesday.html

                                                                                                      Eat well and be well. – Ella Bella

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