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Hotwater crust pastry

A type of pastry made with hot water, lard, flour and salt - used for traditional English pies. The pastry is easy to make; then moulded by hand while still warm, or fitted into a loose-bottomed cake tin or pie mould. For a recipe see Gourmet Britain Recipe section. Also see 'Pork pie'; 'Raised Veal and Bacon Pie'

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