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    Default Short crust pastry....to cook or not to cook beforehand?

    Ok....I am making mini egg and bacon tarts for arvo tea tomorrow and I cant figure out if I should cook the pastry before I put the filling in or leave uncooked and put filling in and then cook the lot together?

    I have looked at heaps of recipes and some say cook before and others say dont.

    What should I do? I am just trying to get everything prepped for tomorrow.

    Help!!

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    I cook the base beforehand.

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    I always blind bake before - 10-15 mins

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    Yep I always cook before also

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    Thank you ladies! That solved that issue....now onto the baking!


 

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