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Mine tasted very eggy with the key lime jelly, but stronger jellies like strawberry will probably do better. It did set well but was lumpy but I don't know if that is normal. Revise yours by placing on bottom rack to cook and by using strong jellies, and possible cooking longer.

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klaw_thorn May 24, 2013

I have this very recipe in an old cookbook of mine from 1947.

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Molly53 December 20, 2007

i am not going to rate this because it didn't work for me. after the 30 minute cooking time at 350 the pie was burning on top but still not set at all. i lowered the heat to 300 and cooked it until it was somewhat set but to be honest it didn't look at all appetizing.the taste was ok, and i covered the top with fresh whipped cream, to try to save it. i wouldn't try this again, sorry

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chia March 12, 2005
Jelly Pie