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Deep-Dish Pastry Shell, 3.75 Inch, Neutral/Unsweetened - Raw, Frozen

Deep-Dish Pastry Shell - 3.75 Inch, Unsweetened, Raw

by Bon Patissier
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1 box - 120 count frozen $220.35 $220.35
2 boxes - 120 count ea frozen $193.22 $386.44

Deep-Dish Pastry Shell - 3.75 Inch, Unsweetened, Raw

We're all about elaborate cooking, but sometimes, we just want to craft gourmet goodies as if by magic. Raw, frozen, perfectly shaped and ready in their little tins, these neutral pastry shells are just the thing we've been needing! Just fill with your choice of filling, savory or sweet, pop in the oven and bake. No dough rolling, heaven! 4 inch, deep dish size is perfect for all sorts of sweet or savory preparations.
Ingredients: Enriched wheat flour, non-hydrogenated vegetable oils shortening(modified palm oil, canola oil) water, dextrose, salt, sodium metabisulfite.
Availability: Usually ships within 1 business days. Product is perishable and must ship via Overnight service.

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5 out of 5 stars ratingNov 30, 2022

Jennifer from Los Angeles, CA
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Product Questions And Answers

Q: Do you supply the regular Unsweetened Raw pastry shell not the Deep -Dish.

We do not carry another 3.75 inch unsweetened pastry shells. You can see the shells we carry on this page:

Q: Can we order these without the foil pans?
A: These come pre-packaged from the manufacturer. We cannot remove the foil pans.

Q: Would these shells be good to use for sweet potato and pecan pies or are these more of a tart shell?
A: Yes, the shells can be used for sweet potato and pecan pies. You can use them the say way you would use a frozen pie shell.

Q: Are the shells individually wrapped?
A: These shells come in little individual tins. They are all packaged in a cardboard box.

Q: Do you sell smaller packages? I am a single person and only need a few ata time. Thank you.
A: These pastry shells are only available in 120 count, they are not available in smaller packages.

Q: are those . shell Kosher ?( any certification ) Thank you Stanley
A: These pastry shells are not Kosher certified.

Q: What are the dimensions of the box these come in? I want to make sure I have enough room in my freezer.
A: These are the dimensions of the box (L x W x H): 17 x 9 x 8 in.

Q: Would these shells be good for butter tarts or are they too big
A: It may depend on the recipe. Generally, they should be fine for butter tarts but they may be somewhat on the large side compared to typical butter tarts.

Q: Can you tell me approximately what volume these will hold?
A: These will each hold approximately 2 fluid ounces or 4 tablespoons.

Q: What is the depth of the shell?
A: These tart shells have 1" in height.

Q: I would like to serve crab imperial, which needs to cook at 350 for about 10 minutes. Would these shells work?
A: The baking time according to the instructions is 20 minutes at 356°F (180°C).

Q: How long would I bake pumpkin pie in these individual pastries
A: It depends a bit on the recipe you are going to use and your oven, however these are raw pastry shells, so you should use them in the same way you would use any unbaked pie shell, however typical recipes use a larger 8 - 10 inch pie shell which will take more time to cook, typically 40 - 50 minutes depending on the recipe.  I'd suggest trying one out by itself first in the oven to see how long it takes, and I'd imagine it will take around 15-20 minutes of cooking time.

Q: Can I freeze the shells so that I don't need to bake all at the same time?
A: Yes, we store the pastry shells frozen, and ship them to you frozen where they can then remain in your freezer until you need to use them.  Then just take them out of the freezer as you need them to use.

Q: I am making individual quiches for about 150 people. Would these shells be the best option for that? Is there something different you would recommend? They will be plated with a salad. Thanks.
A: These pastry shells are perfect for quiches.


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