pie dish

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pie dish

nPastetenform f

pie dish

nterrina, tegame da forno
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The moonbeams twinkled on the carving knife and the pie dish, and made a path of brightness across the dirty floor.
Tod's pie dish, and his knife and fork and mustard and salt cellar and his table-cloth that he had left folded up in the dresser--all set out for supper (or breakfast)--without doubt for that odious Tommy Brock
Spread out evenly over the base and sides of a greased 22cm-diameter round pie dish. Use the back of a spoon or your hands to pat the crumb down tightly.
makeshift tortilla press, and, in berry season, the perfect pie dish.
Take a packet of shortcrust pastry and roll out about two-thirds of it to make the base of your pie - it should be 1/2cm thick and slightly wider than your pie dish, so there's a little extra to allow for shrinkage (about 1cm).
Roll out the pastry on a clean flourdusted surface so it's slightly bigger than your pie dish. Eggwash the edges of the dish, then carefully place the pastry on top of the pie, trimming off any overhang.
Mix the biscuit crumbs with the butter using your hands (as long as the butter is cool enough), then press it into the bottom and sides of your pie dish.
Season well and tip mixture into the base of a 20cm pie dish.
Halve the pastry and roll one out on a floured board to about 7" ceramic pie dish size.
Step 4: Place on a baking sheet, clean the rim of the pie dish.
It is a traditional Andalusian pie dish of Spanish origin, which was introduced by the Moroccans who migrated to the city of Fez, and as a result pastilla became one of the most famous dishes in the city.
Working quickly, carefully tilt the pie dish to evenly distribute the browned sugar over the top.