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Shortcrust Pastry - Comments


Name: Afeera 5th February 2011
i loved this recipe i made jame tarts. it was lush!
Name: Emily 4th June 2011
When I made mini apple pies I forgot to glase them so remember to glase your product before it goes in the oven with a beaten egg, other wise it goes really crumbly!!!!!!!
Name: Tic 1st May 2012
It's missing how long to cook it for!!! it doesn't say how long to put it in the oven for after you take it out of the fridge!! NOT HELPFUL WITH HOMEWORK ON PASTRY!!! We do see your point, however this recipe provides you with how to make pastry and not what you might do with it afterwards. We do have several pastry based recipes on the site which do give you cooking instructions for that dish. As a guide though: To cook the pastry, bake at 350 degrees F/180 C or gas mark 5 for 30-40 minutes(for one large pie) or 15-20 minutes(individual tarts). The filling should be set and the pastry lightly browned. We hope this helps.
Name: Fgfgfg 3rd October 2018
was easy to follow
Name: Milllllllllllllllllll 30th November 2018
Name: SARAH Prianah 17th June 2019
quite hard to understand though
anyways I'm gonna try it just for once

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