Ready Made Pastry dough, or from a mix
- starlady Oct 9, 2013 04:01 PM
So I like making things like pot pies in the winter and I used to buy ready made frozen pie crust, in an individual size pie. I would just flip it over and make it the lid. Now I can't find the smaller size, only tart shells or the big (regular) size. I also can't find any kind of a mix (just add water etc). Help pls.
i was in an independent supermarket recently and they had frozen portions of un-rolled pastry (labelled as sweet pastry) in the freezer section near the frozen bread dough. This was Claytons Market in Sechelt BC for anyone who has a cottage up that way on the Sunshine coast, BC.
i can't speak to the quality or other aspects of it as I did not buy it ... but i noticed it. I usually get Pillsbury (next to all the other pillsbury refrigerated products - tho i used to be a dedicated home-made and good at it pastry maker. Just don't need all that flour all over everything any longer ; )
Depending upon the actual dimensions of the pie you'd prefer, the pastry sheets from Gourmet Warehouse may work well. They are in the freezer; just thaw and cut. Or make square pie :)