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Old 01-14-2011, 03:44 PM   #61
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Thumbs up Breville Pie Recipes???

Chef Munkey... any chance you want to share some of your tested recipes??? I just received my new Breville pie maker yesterday and I am already in love. I tried the pecan pie from the included recipes and was pleasantly surprised.
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Old 01-14-2011, 06:52 PM   #62
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Chef Munkey... any chance you want to share some of your tested recipes??? I just received my new Breville pie maker yesterday and I am already in love. I tried the pecan pie from the included recipes and was pleasantly surprised.
Hiya,

The dough recipes I use are posted in this section already.
Have no idea what page though. I've adapted a few recipes from the BBC link that were pretty good. Haven't had the chance to work with the Filo doughs yet. I'd love to try some Greek recipes in this.

The pics posted are just basic recipes that the kids wanted me to make. I have yet to make something that they don't like in that pie maker.. It's been taken away again.. It's a trouble maker..

Pie filling have to be at room temp before you fill the pie maker. The pies will cook unevenly if you use warm fillings.

Chili Pot Pies

Using a home made chili recipe or canned. Either will work for these.
Shredded cheddar cheese.

Preheat the pie maker
Add the base dough.Press into shape.
Add a 1/3 Cup of Chile.
Top that with the cheddar cheese.
Add the top crust. Brush with meted butter
Cook for 20-25 minutes.


Chicken Pot Pie ( Close to Marie Callendar's )

3 Chicken breasts
3 Russet Potatoes- Diced, and steamed
Small bag of mixed peas and carrots
1/4 of a bag of Pearl Onions
1/4 Cup flour
4 Tablespoons butter
1 Teaspoon Tarragon
2 Teaspoons Knoxx chicken bouillon
1 1/2 Teaspoons of onion powder
1 Teaspoon garlic powder
Fresh ground black pepper
3 Cups whole milk
Melted butter

Simmer the chicken breasts until done. Shred or chop when cooled. Set aside.
Steam the potatoes and all the veggies until they are done. Set aside.

In a large stockpot. Melt the butter, add flour and tarragon and whisk until smooth.Cook on medium heat.
Gradually add the milk until the sauce just starts to thicken.
Add the chicken, seasonings. Mix well. Add potatoes, veggies.
Simmer 20 minutes. Thicken or thin the sauce to taste


Preheat the Pie maker 20 minutes.
Roll the base dough to 1/8" cut with the top base cutter. Roll the top butter crust to an 1/8" cut with the top cutter.

Add the base crust to the maker.Press and shape. Add 1/3 Cup of the filling.
Top it with the butter crust. Brush on the melted butter.
Close the lid. Cook 20 to 25 minutes.
Remove the pies and let them slightly cool on a wired rack.


Left Over Beef Pot Pies.

Roast beef shredded, then added to the gravy
2 Russet potatoes, steamed. Bag of mixed peas and carrots.

Heat the roast and gravy. fold in the cooked veggies. Let it cool.

Preheat the pie maker
Add the base dough.Press into shape.
Add a 1/3 Cup of the roast beef filler
Add the top crust. Brush with meted butter
Cook for 20-25 minutes.Cool on a wired rack.

Enjoy!
Munky.
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Old 01-15-2011, 03:55 AM   #63
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Copied and Pasted.

Now I am pouting...Someone else got their Breville before I got mine.
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Old 04-27-2011, 10:58 PM   #64
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ITEM DESCRIPTION STATUS

Breville Pie Maker
Item # 54-3016441
Available to ship on 4/28/11


Finally!!!!!
They are back in stock at Williams-Sonoma. Ours will be on the way!
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Old 04-28-2011, 03:53 PM   #65
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Princess,

I'm soooo happy it's finally being sent. I had forgotten about this post. It's time to update with my new recipes.

Last time I was on the W/S site they had mentioned that they were no longer going to continue selling that pie maker. Yow!!! read a few comments. People were not happy. Why discontinue if it's in demand like that? Not smart. I spent $80.00 for mine. Now they are $99.00 Holy cow Where is MY commission check? They've even updated the pictures.
My Cream Puffs should have at least been on it.

I still love that pie maker. Use it often. It's still in fantastic shape. My sons have been using it to make pocket omelets, sammiches, deep dish pizza. It's more then paid for itself. I only wish I could make a filo crust.
Haven't mastered that yet. Store bought works beautifully in the pie maker. I made a chicken, cheese pocket dish for myself the other night. OMG! It was good!

Can't wait to see what you do with yours. Post pics :)

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Old 04-28-2011, 04:27 PM   #66
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I've been wanting this for a while now.
the Personal Pie

Can't wait to try out my own recipes for it. Just ordered it tonight. Took a little bit of negotiating with my husband. Pawned him! He understands what I ask for in the kitchen, just means extra good lunches for himself. Easy bargaining table tonight.

I've the Breville Panini maker Panini Quattro love how it's withstood our daily use. For 5 years now. It still looks new. Wonderful product.

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Munky, when I clicked your link I saw a stand mixer, toaster and coffee maker. What's "the personal pie?"
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Old 04-28-2011, 04:55 PM   #67
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Sorry June,

At the time I linked that it was the direct link for this.
Breville Pie Maker | Williams-Sonoma W/S have changed things around. Breville is the same company that makes the pannini maker that just won't die! Quality product.

They were calling it personal pies because of the size of individual pies. The flexibility of the product. Portioned down to suit a single person. 4x4" Instead of one huge pie. I can't eat a whole pie. Have trouble finishing one of these as it is.
Hope this helps.

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Oh, there was huge drama when Shrek got a hold of Breville to ask about the Pie Maker, they were very shocked to learn W/S was no longer going to carry it. It was the first they had heard of it. It took two weeks of phone calls and clarifications...upshot, we got the first one off the line and at a discounted price. Shrek is the person responsible for the pie makers being available at W/S now. He is not responsible for the inflated price.
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Sorry June,

At the time I linked that it was the direct link for this.
Breville Pie Maker | Williams-Sonoma W/S have changed things around. Breville is the same company that makes the pannini maker that just won't die! Quality product.

They were calling it personal pies because of the size of individual pies. The flexibility of the product. Portioned down to suit a single person. 4x4" Instead of one huge pie. I can't eat a whole pie. Have trouble finishing one of these as it is.
Hope this helps.

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For Pete's Sake! but don't you have to make FOUR of them at a time? Might as well just make one pie and cut it in fourths! A lot less expensive.

What single person can (or should) eat a whole 4-inch pie? that looks like at least two generous servings to me.
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...What single person can (or should) eat a whole 4-inch pie? that looks like at least two generous servings to me.

That's 4' at the top tapering down to much less at the bottom. Did you notice each pie takes just 1/3 of a cup of filling? I don't think that's an unreasonable serving at all.
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