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Karen's Rustic Fruit Pie


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Ingredients

6 portion(s)

Pastry

  • 250 g flour
  • 40 g sugar
  • 125 g Butter
  • 30 g iced water

Filling

  • 40 g plain flour
  • 40 g sugar
  • 40 g hazelnuts
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 12 slices fresh seasonal fruit, Stone fruit works really well.
  • 6
    50min
    Preparation 10min
    Baking/Cooking
  • 7
    easy
    Preparation
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Recipe's preparation

    Pastry
  1. Mill sugar 6sec speed 9

    Add flour and butter chop 5sec speed 7

    Add iced water 15sec speed 5

    Roll out on Thermo mat and then transfer to Lined oven tray

  2. Filling Flour
  3. Add all ingredients into TM bowl and mix 3 sec speed 6

  4. Assembly
  5. Put pastry onto lined oven tray and spread flour mixture in a circle with a 10cm gap around edge.

    Put sliced fruit over the flour mixture then turn edges over to make a pie.

    Sprinkle with sugar and bake for 30 to 40 mins on 190deg until pastry golden.

    serve with whipped cream or custard…..

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  • Thanks. We and our guests

    Submitted by Tiny on 15. December 2015 - 10:31.

    Thanks. We and our guests LOVED this. Perfect summer dessert.

    I used stone fruits, soaked in liqueur, then drained. I will try apple, pear and rhubarb next time.

     I Found the instructions a little confusing, but realised the flour, sugar, cinnamon and nut (I used walnuts) mix make up the 'flour mix'. That quantity made about 1-2 cm high mound to place the fruit on, which absorbed the fruit juices and formed a delicious crust when baked.  Of course my pastry was not as symmetrical as the picture, but, it's called 'rustic' for a reason.  

    A real hit, thanks so much, this will become a regular in our house.

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