I don’t know why I always go for the greasy pan-fry at the end of a long day.
I know I should.
But if it’s the first time I’ve ever made one, I’ll just be amazed.
It takes about 10 minutes to prepare a traditional wood-roasted pastry from scratch.
To do this, you just start by making a pastry crust that’s 1cm thick and 1cm deep.
This is enough for 10 pieces of the pie, each measuring about 1cm in diameter and 1.5cm in thickness.
Once the crust is baked, it’s ready to be filled with filling.
And that’s it.
You can add any number of toppings of your choice, including nuts, fruits, berries and spices.
Pies are a good option if you’re trying to avoid the temptation of frying a pan of flour over a fire.
The crust can be kept warm on the stovetop, or baked in a tinned tin.
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