pie tin needed

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vicki papworth

pie tin needed

dear all,

I am looking to buy a new pie tin and would welcome any recommendations. I find it really hard to extricate the pies from the tin, no matter how much I grease.

I have a cake tin which has a little clip on the side that increases the diameter of the tin so you can slide it off the baked cake - i'd love something similar.

many thanks.

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Welshcookie

Pie tin

Bit of a mystery here. I never grease mince pie tins or tins for double-crust pies. Pastry doesn't usually stick. It's usually only if the filling overflows that anything sticks. Do you use loose-bottomed flan rings? I don't grease those either.

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cherrypicker

Pie tin

Yes, there is a pie tin with a sort of cutting blade attached, I'm sure someone else can give it a name, After baking one slides te cutter round the tin and hi-presto! I've got two or three - I'll put one on Ebay!

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cherrypicker

Pie tin

Just looked on Ebay for you. Look up Item number: 310270321115. Easy release pie dish £6.95

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vicki papworth

pie dish

thanks eryone - will give this a go.

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Linzechris

: pie tin needed

Probably much dearer but Lakeland also do them by Skyline if you don't have an ebay account. x

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JuliaBalbilla

Pie tin

I recommend Alan Silverwood loose bottomed sandwich tins for making pies. See: http://www.headcook.co.uk/brands/silverwood?limit=all They generally have the best prices for Silverwood stuff too.

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Liz from Cumbria

Senior moment....

I read this thread as tie pin to start with - haven't had a glass of wine (yet)so can't blame that :o)

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cherrypicker

Tie pin

I've got some lovely tie pins going back to school days.

 
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