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Giles & Posner EK4082G Deep Fill Pie Maker – Double Non-Stick Pie Making Machine, Electric Twin XL Pies 9cm Diameter & 7cm Depth, Easy Clean, Crimping Edge, Homemade Sweet/Savoury Pies, 900 W

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The pie maker recipe below uses the same beef and Guinness filling as that for my Classic Meat Pies. It’s a classic and comforting beef stew which uses stout to give that familiar bakery flavour. Pie Maker Recipe

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Once the pies are cooked to your liking, serve immediately or keep them warm in an oven at 150°C ( 300°F). hi are you able to freeze the pies once made as only me and the wife,so to make up a batch of filling would be a waste unless i freeze the filling,think i answered my own question lol ReplyBuilt-in crimping: crimping may seem like a purely aesthetic element of pies, which is true to an extent. However, a decent crimp around the edges of your pie will also keep it intact when serving, while also allowing for those golden-brown crusted edges. You can make pie maker pies with almost any filling you like. Some other fillings which would be delicious here include:

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Refer to the manufacturer’s instructions to find out the dimensions you need to cut for the pie bottoms and lids. I'm a Swiss-Australian based in Zurich and I love to cook fast and easy meals for my family, using fresh and seasonal ingredients. Here you will find easy & delicious recipes with step-by-step photos for the perfect results. Happy cooking! It goes without saying that almost any stew can be turned into a meat pie. In fact, what I often do in winter is turn leftover beef stews into meat pies; my Beef Bourguignon meat pies are very popular in my family!Brown the beef in small batches, and use a slotted spoon to remove the browned meat to a large bowl. Try not to over-crowd the pan, otherwise the meat will steam instead of brown; it is the caramelisation on the meat which gives a lot of flavour to the stew. I’m not sure why your pie booklet says to never reheat pies? If the pies have been frozen and defrosted, they should not be re-frozen and reheated. But it is otherwise fine to reheat the filling, as well as reheat the pies (although freshly-made pies always taste better than reheated pies). When reheating the cooked pies, I find the pastry and filling to be a bit on the drier side, but they will still taste good.

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Ideally, the pies should be frozen when they are uncooked, as you can bake pies straight from frozen. But as using a pie maker involves making and cooking them at the same time, you don’t really have the option of freezing the pies uncooked.Hi,I am attempting to make steak and onion pies today and I am a bit confused. In your recipe it says to make the filling and leave to cool completely. In my pie booklet it says never reheat pies. Isn’t leaving my pie filling to go cold then adding it to the pie maker the same as reheating it. I’m confused lol,please can you advise me. Thankyou Reply Makes these delicious meat pies using a pie maker! Perfect for parties and entertaining. Easy pie maker recipe with step-by-step photos. Pie Maker

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