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    Default Pastry chefs or just those who know their pie

    I'm looking for the term for a pie that is just the filling in a pecan pie.

    Someone was talking about a pecan pie sans the pecans and I'm almost certain that there is a term for this type pie. I'm seeking the collective and most amazingly random wisdom found here.

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    Im gonna go with something like a chess pie. The consistency and ingredients are similar to the pecan pie, I'm sure there could be adjustments to get it even closer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Khaymen View Post
    I'm looking for the term for a pie that is just the filling in a pecan pie.

    Someone was talking about a pecan pie sans the pecans and I'm almost certain that there is a term for this type pie. I'm seeking the collective and most amazingly random wisdom found here.
    It's not exactly what you're looking for, but a praline fits the description somewhat.

    World Famous Pralines | Gourmet Candy & Gift Baskets | River Street Sweets

    Edit: I just asked my fiancee. She said sandies are also a type of pecan cookie, but I don't know much about their constitution beyond pecans.

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