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mistywest

pie makers

Dont know if any of you have tried/have the anthony worrel thompson pie maker but, if you dont, then get one, got mine £10 plus £2 vat, from makro monday, anywhere else it was about £30-£35...it is marvellous, made 1st pies today with a secret recipe i have(you can put anyhing in tho)they were lovely, everyone loved them, only prob was, i never had anough pastry. Happy Cooking people.

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foxylady

pie maker

just had a look at this on the Makro web-site(no need for Makro card when buying on line) free postage on purchases over £30. Lots of bargains on the site at very good prices, going to have a closer look. foxy x

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sam from worthing

Pie Makers

I have juts tried to look at this product....

But i have to be registered to see prices, and to register i have to have a trade card number, to get a trade card, i have to have proof i am a company or such like to be able to look and buy.

Is that right? or am i looking in the wrong place - do you have to be in the trade to shop at macro?

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foxylady

pie maker/makro

hi Sam, just had a look again at Makro UK. you can click on for the online store, it states that no card is needed to shop on line. I searched for the pie maker and it is in stock. The card is only needed for shopping in the cash and carry stores. hope this helps,foxy x

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Nausea Bagwash

pie maker


I've seen a very of this in the Lakeland catalogue and it struck me that it would soon become a back-of-the-cupboard item.

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Nausea Bagwash

Durr!

"
I've seen a very of this in the Lakeland catalogue and it struck me that it would soon become a back-of-the-cupboard item"
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That should read "....a VERSION of this..."

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pie makers

I used to make pasties and apple turnovers in a sandwich toaster when I was a student. Same principle I guess.

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mistywest

pie maker

its ok if u get much use out of it for a few months etc then bk of the cupboard it is, but i doubt it would, i love making my own pies etc and u can make sweet savoury etc, and even if u put it away u can always go bk to it when u go bk on the pie making fad plus at a tenner u cant complain really lol...x

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Gadget addict

Pie makers

I have a similar one but it is a different make. How do you prevent the base of the pie being soggy?

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mistywest

soggy pies

try making the mix a little drier, or, make sure the base is partly cooked first...as long as the pie maker is hot when you put the pastry in it, it will starts to cook immediately, give it two mins then add the pie mix...hope this helps

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Gadget addict

soggy pies

"as long as the pie maker is hot when you put the pastry in it, it will starts to cook immediately, give it two mins then add the pie mix...hope this helps"
I use bought pastry so can't adjust the mix but I will certainly try cooking it for 2 minutes first. I have not tried that, maybe because I assumed the pastry would burn. Thanks for that tip.

 
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