Dear Forum members
I wish to make meat pies just like the commercially made ones one buys from the bakers shops in England (at least in the north west of England where I live. )
These pies have a particular dimension with straight sides. One also finds many pork pies are in identical size too. I've been looking to for the recipe (for the meat pie) but dont know how to find one.
I attach a link to a webpage that shows the kind of pie I want to make.
British food: protect and serve | Life and style | theguardian.com
I have been looking for the right pie tin but noticed the pies in the picture are not made in a pie tin rather they seem to be cooked "free standing" . I presume they must have been pressed into shape prior to cooking.
Please can anyone advise which equipment is used to make this particular pie, how I can get it, and what the recipe is.
Any help in this matter would be greatly appreciated