Using Canned Peach Juice in Making a Pie

The first person said to use 2/3 teaspoons of cornstarch mixed into enough of the peach juice to make a paste and stir over heat then pour into peaches. Can I use plain flour if I haven't got cornstarch and what effect will it have in the pie?

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October 29, 20190 found this helpful

Use arrowroot or cornstarch. It thickens better than plain flour.

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October 29, 20190 found this helpful

If you use plain flour it leaves a pasty taste in the juice. You need to use cornstarch and make sure you cook this well and get out all the lumps.

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October 30, 20190 found this helpful

If you use plain flour as a substitute for cornstarch, you'll need to use more flour than you would cornstarch. Typically, you'd double the amount. This will result in a thicker, heavier mixture and possibly may make the pie filling taste pasty. You can use peach juice and cornstarch to make a pie filling but you won't need much cornstarch to thicken the juice.

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