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Recipe For Paul Hollywood’s Pastry — 52 Comments

  1. Tandy, the pastry looks lovely (I love mince pies!), but is that a typo on the sugar? If I’m figuring correctly, 250 grams of sugar is almost 9 ounces or 1 1/4 cups.
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    • Hi Jean, no, it is not a typo. It is a sweet pastry working on a sort of 3:2:1 ratio 🙂

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  2. This looks like perfection … yum and wow.

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    • Thank you Serina 🙂

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  3. I’m drooling looking at these.
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    • Thank you Doreen 🙂

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  4. This looks delicious! I need to make more pastry 🙂

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    • Thank you Cathleen 🙂

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  5. Goodness – what a palava! Unlike the pastry 😊
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    • It was a palava!

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  6. Love pastry but I can’t make them well. I envy the talented people who can.
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    • It is so easy Rosemarie, as long as you are a bit patient 🙂

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  7. Great recipe. Love anything homemade. Hope everything works out on the “eyes” front.
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    • Thanks Rosemary 🙂

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  8. Baking anything in Summer can be a challenge. My daughter’s birthday is in January and she always wants an outdoor party with buttercream icing! I am yet to properly experiment with pastry – for exactly the reasons you mentioned! But at least I now have the right recipe to start with.

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    • I would have cried over the buttercream icing!

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  9. Oh YUM!
    These would be so jammy and delicious!!!
    Thanks so much for sharing!
    Julie
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    • They were jammy and I shall post the recipe in time for Christmas 😉

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  10. Having a good all-weather pastry recipe is essential, thanks for sharing and these looks so delicious.

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    • Thank you Evelyne 🙂

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  11. I’m a big fan of Paul Hollywood recipes but I can imagine the cold cusp mornings that are best for making it are hard to come by in Australia! Brilliant that you’ve adapted it though, the most useful pastry recipe I’ve seen in a long time!
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    • Thank you Lauren 🙂

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  12. What an ordeal! At least you had something swet and yummy to look forward to.

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    • For sure!

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  13. Sorry that you had such a frustrating time getting them fixed. I hope all better now. I know what you mean about pastry being temperamental in hot weather – and boy it has been hot this week. I look forward to trying this.

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    • It is going to be a hot week for us this week and I am staying away from pastry if possible 🙂

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  14. How frustrating about the glasses! Thanks for sharing a recipe that’s good for hot weather. Very relevant at the moment!!

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    • My pleasure Eileen 🙂

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  15. It is Paul Hollywood. End of story. I love him, and he’s not a bad chef either 🙂
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    • Ha ha, me too!

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  16. Sounds like a winner of a recipe Tandy. I love adding ground almonds.
    Have a happy weekend.
    🙂 Mandy xo

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    • And you too Mandy xx

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  17. Oh my goodness, how incredibly frustrating for you Tandy, and I imagine pretty exhausting for your brain trying to figure out a way to see. Glad you eventually got it sorted.
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    • Me too Anna!

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  18. Homemade pastry is the best!
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    • I so agree!

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  19. Love it! It’s one of those recipes everyone needs in their repertoire. Yours look like the perfect texture!

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    • Thanks Mary Frances 🙂

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  20. I love his books, Tandy.

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    • I think I love his books because I ‘love’ him xx

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  21. Hi Tandy, sounds like you had a horrible experience. Hope everything has been worked out okay. Will have to try this pastry recipe, looks delicious!
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    • Hope you enjoy it Cheri!

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  22. What a lovely looking pastry- like that you adapted it for warmer weather. I always struggle with pastries when it’s hot out and the butter is literally melting all over the place.
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    • I sometimes wish I had a walk in fridge for my pastry work 🙂

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  23. sounds very easy to make

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    • It really is!

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  24. I must admit, I never make my own pastry. I have heard so many chefs say that store bought is just as good, so I think if it is good enough for them, it is good enough for me 🙂
    But I would still like to try it.

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    • I ran out of freezer space so have been making my own in small batches 🙂

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  25. Oh Tandy you should have seen me yesterday making a chocolate item. It was a disaster, especially since we don’t have air conditioning!

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    • much like my sugar work 🙂

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  26. You are so right about pastry being weird in the heat. Bread dough is the same. I get such wonky shapes. 🙂
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    • At least with wonky shaped bread you know it is home made 🙂

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