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    Question:Silk- Chocolate- Pie

    Wed Apr 10, 2013 4:51 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Silk Chocolate Pie

    What consistency am I looking for in step 4? I whisked the egg sugar mixture in bowl over simmering water pot for some 45 odd minutes. I couldn't get my instant read thermometer to read past 140. I switched to my hand mixer last 5 minutes. The mixture did get creamy and thicken, just not very hot to the touch. I figured time was good so finished recipe ok but step 5 didn't look doubled just thick and creamy with the chocolate mixed in for 12 minutes.
    The two remaining flavoring steps smoothed the mixture nicely and filled the pie ok.
    Was step 4 done correctly? I just couldn't get the very hot 160 temp. But I didn't scramble the eggs. How long does this step normally take time wise?
    Wed Apr 10, 2013 5:09 pm Groupie
    Your thermometer might be out of calibration. If the finished product was fine, then you reached the appropriate temperature.
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