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Finishing techniques in pastry

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naomi forster

on 23 September 2013

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Finishing techniques in pastry
Crimping
Crimping is usually found in pasties, pies and flans, crimping is used to seal the outside edges of the pastry so they do not come apart whilst baking, and it makes it look more decorative.
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Glazing
The tops of pies are usually glazed with certain ingredients such as egg or milk to give an almost shiny finish, this also helps hold the surface of the pie together. These ingredients are usually applied with a pastry brush.
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