How do I scale this recipe for a 11 inch instead of a 9 inch pie crust?

https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/230132/chef-johns-pumpkin-pie/

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# Pumpkin Pie

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https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/230132/chef-johns-pumpkin-pie/

11inch crust has an area of 95

9inch crust has an area of 63

So, just multiplying everything by 1.5 should work?

yes. Since a pumpkin pie is just a thin smear of pumpkin in a pie dish,

's reply is relevant and you should multiply by 1.5.

Squarecuiggers need not apply.

Bravo.

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FPBP

Came here to do this with a cylinder drawing as proof.

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Pie isn't a cylinder, it's a conic section.

96/63 ratio works if walls are 90deg

>walls are 90deg

This is a common type of pie crust where you're from?

The pie from yhe op's link isn't

Not those anons, but it came out to be about 46.5% more volume for the 11in when comparing the two using the volumes of the truncated cones (assuming that the top of the pie is about an extra half in. in radius, a bit liberal prob). So just doing 1.5 everything on the recipe would be great for the OP's needs. Will probably have a smidge leftover.

You forgot to subtract the crust from the radius. F-

Folks this is why you don’t drop out of school until at least after you take geometry and trigonometry

Divide by 9, multiply by 11

correct for math, not always correct for recipes depending on how big the scalar difference is

but in this case, probably good enough

That's not correct for math. The area of the pie is proportional to diameter squared, not to diameter. 11/9 is not the same as 11^2 / 9^2, the latter is the correct scaling.

Take the equation for the volume of a conic section that you learned in high school. Use it to calculate the volumes of your 11 inch pie and a 9 inch pie (remember that they may be different depths!). Calculate the ratio. Multiply each of your filling and ingredients by that ratio.

Take the equation for the area of a circle that you learned in high school. Use it to calculate the area of the 11 inch pie and the 9 inch pie. Calculate the ratio. Multiply each of the ingredients in your topping by that ratio.

>squarecuigger applies anyway

fuck off this is a 2d thread

Grug no understand.

But that's wrong you retard

You will have to increase cooking time.

Add a pinch more of each of the Hispanices, an extra yolk, quarter cup of sugar and half a cup of heavy cream

For the crust, 1.5x whatever recipe you use

nerds.

you change nothing and just don't overfill the crust.

super simple stuff.

You use the formula for circular surface areas and multiply the amounts by the difference of A between r=4.5 and r=5.5, which in your case would be ~1.5

Serve smaller slices

oh wait nvm my idiocy, I failed high school geometry lol.

Just take off two inches, dingus

>https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/230132/chef-johns-pumpkin-pie/

uhh, first don't use a recipe from someone not even known for pies

Pumpkin pie is literally the easiest pie to make, even easier than wine pie. If you're having to look up a recipe then you're already profoundly retarded.

had no idea that a pumpkin pie knowledge deficit was the standard for retardation. thanks

Just find a recipe for a "deep dish" pumpkin pie

Scale!? Who needs to do that?

I just mix up a giant batch and keep pouring in into pie crusts until I run out of filling.

Add 2 inches

that's your solution to everything, anon

Add 1/3 more ingredients.

t: Not a tranny or cocksucker homosexual.

post pumpkin pie recipes lads

My secret ingredient is Mount Gay Rum. Both inside the pie and in the whipped cream. It's got that subtle almost banana flavor that makes the whole thing delicious. That and:

>Three whole eggs and two egg yolks

>Pumpkin puree from a can because it's flavorless slurry anyway

>Nutmeg, ginger, cinnamon, cloves to taste

wa la

to calculate the conversion between a 9 inch pie and a 11inch pie you must first invent the universe