Mince Pie

Christmas is not Christmas without a mince pie!

Recipe By: yhiranuma (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/34)
Makes 12 Prep: 30 min Cook: 30 min

Ingredients

[Pastry]
Flour 175g
Salt a pinch
Unsalted butter 75g
Caster sugar or icing sugar 50g
Egg 1
Mincemeat 140g
Milk as required
Icing sugar as required

Method

1
Put the flour and salt into a large bowl and mix. Add the diced butter and sugar.
2
Mix to make like breadcrumbs.
3
Crack the egg in a bowl and beat. Add into Step 2 to make a dough. When it's firm, wrap in cling film and keep in the fridge for 20 minutes.
4
Remove from the fridge and roll out 2-3mm thick.
5
Cut out into fluted rounds, 7.5cm and 6cm diameter, 12 rounds of each size.
6
Brush melted oil or butter lightly in a muffin tin and place the large pastry rounds in each space. Fill with the mincemeat.
7
Cover each with the smaller pastry rounds and nip to seal the edges all round. Brush with milk on the top.
8
Bake in a preheated oven 190C for 20-30 minutes.
9
Remove and allow to cool. Remove from the tin and when completely cold, dust with icing sugar.

Tips & Note

●If you use salted butter at Step 1, no additional salt is required.
●If you use a food processor to make breadcrumbs at Step 2, use the pulse function.

Mince Pie

Christmas is not Christmas without a mince pie!

Recipe By: yhiranuma (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/34)

Makes 12

Prep: 30 min

Cook: 30 min

Ingredients

[Pastry]
Flour 175g
Salt a pinch
Unsalted butter 75g
Caster sugar or icing sugar 50g
Egg 1
Mincemeat 140g
Milk as required
Icing sugar as required

Mince Pie

Recipe ID :1239 Posted on 06 NOV 2015

Makes 12

Prep 30min
Cook 30min
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Christmas is not Christmas without a mince pie!

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175g
a pinch
75g
50g
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140g
as required
as required

Method

Prep
30min
Cook
30min
1
Put the flour and salt into a large bowl and mix. Add the diced butter and sugar.
2
Mix to make like breadcrumbs.
3
Crack the egg in a bowl and beat. Add into Step 2 to make a dough. When it's firm, wrap in cling film and keep in the fridge for 20 minutes.
4
Remove from the fridge and roll out 2-3mm thick.
5
Cut out into fluted rounds, 7.5cm and 6cm diameter, 12 rounds of each size.
6
Brush melted oil or butter lightly in a muffin tin and place the large pastry rounds in each space. Fill with the mincemeat.
7
Cover each with the smaller pastry rounds and nip to seal the edges all round. Brush with milk on the top.
8
Bake in a preheated oven 190C for 20-30 minutes.
9
Remove and allow to cool. Remove from the tin and when completely cold, dust with icing sugar.

Tips & Note

●If you use salted butter at Step 1, no additional salt is required.
●If you use a food processor to make breadcrumbs at Step 2, use the pulse function.

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