Mix flour and salt. Pour oil and milk into a measuring cup (don't stir) and add all at once to the flour mix. Mix until it reaches dough consistency only (playing with the dough causes toughness). Roll dough between 2 squares of wax paper for easier handling. Peel off the top piece of wax paper, place your pie pan upside down on the dough and use the bottom layer of wax paper to help flip the dough into the pie pan.
Bake at 450° for 8 to 10 minutes or follow the instructions for your filling recipe. This makes one two-crust pie or two one-crust pies.
This recipe is from an early 1970s home ec junior high school class. Highly recomended.
I like to whip up some easy Fried Rice with whatever's in the fridge or freezer. This usually means sauteed carrots, celery, onions or green onions, maybe garlic, frozen peas plus anything leftover from another meal such as other veggies and diced ham (leftover from Easter!). Scramble a couple of eggs, add sauteed veggies/meat, add cooked rice and continue to stir fry till the rice is a bit crispy. Fried Rice is very forgiving ~ use what you have. Oh, and sprinkle with soy sauce before devouring! 😀