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Take this dough press for example. It’s only $6.99 and can be used to make all sorts of fun things including:
- little Hostess-type pies
- warm pocket sandwiches
I tried it to make the turnovers from the Prepared Pantry blog. Maybe it was just me but I found the directions confusing so I’m providing a step-by-step guide in case you’d like to make some without the confusion I encountered.
Prepare the Just-Add-Water Pie Crust Mix according to the “2 crust pie” directions on the back of the package. You really do just add water and mix. I used a fork to combine then when it started to bind I took it out and kneaded it into a ball.
Next I rolled out the dough to a little less than 1/4″ thickness. I used a pan lid to cut the circle but I should have read the dough press directions first because the bottom of it will cut your dough to the perfect size! Next time, I guess.
The directions I was using said to add 1/4 cup of filling to the middle of the pastry dough. The ingredients had the Chubby Cherry Filling and Bavarian Cream listed as Tablespoons. I ended up adding 3T of each to my first turnover. DO NOT DO THIS. It’s way too much filling and you won’t be able to seal the edges at all. You’ll just make a big mess like I did! Instead, use 1 T. of each.
Lay your dough circle on top of the dough press, add your filling to the middle then brush a bit of water around the edge of the the circle to help it seal. Fold the dough press in half and squeeze to seal the edges. If you forget to add water to the edge to seal, the dough will get a little stuck in the press. You can see the way the upper left turnover looks in the picture below because of this mistake! I had to hand pinch it closed.
Repeat. This recipe makes 6 turnovers.
Bake in a preheated oven (375 degrees) for 15 minutes or until a light golden brown.
Make a glaze from powdered sugar. One cup powdered sugar mixed with about 1 1/2 tablespoons will make a good consistency to brush or drizzle over the top while the turnovers are still warm.
I loved trying these items from the Prepared Pantry and can’t wait to see what else they have to offer. I’m not the best in the kitchen so I like these easy recipes that are fun to make and add some variety to my menu.
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