Basic is best when it comes to piecrust. There's no need to fiddle with this multipurpose flaky pastry. MAKES ENOUGH FOR 1 (9-INCH) SINGLE-CRUST PIE OR 1 (9- TO 11-INCH) TART SHELL http://www.gourmet.com
Provided by mejese313
Yield 1 pie crust
Number Of Ingredients 5
- Blend together flour, butter, sugar, and salt in a bowl with your fingertips or a pastry blender (or pulse in a food processor) just until mixture resembles coarse meal with some small (roughly pea-size) butter lumps. Drizzle 3 tablespoons ice water evenly over mixture and gently stir with a fork (or pulse) until incorporated.
- Squeeze a small handful of dough: If it doesn't hold together, add more ice water, 1/2 tablespoon at a time, stirring (or pulsing) until incorporated. Do not overwork dough, or pastry will be tough.
- Gather all dough together with pastry scraper. Press into a ball, then flatten into a 5-inch disk.
- Wrap dough in plastic wrap and chill until firm, at least 1 hour.
- If you're making two desserts that call for this pastry dough, you can make a double batch.
- Pastry dough can be chilled up to 2 days or frozen, wrapped well, up to 3 months.
FLAKY PASTRY DOUGH
- Add the flour and salt to a large bowl and stir to combine. Add the butter and toss to combine. With your fingers, begin to "smush" the butter into flat pieces. Continue smushing until all the butter is flattened but none of the pieces are larger than a quarter. The flour will look like coarse cornmeal.
- Add the water, quickly folding it in with a wooden spoon to distribute the moisture. (Do not stir vigorously--the dough should appear shaggy.) Use your hands to break up any large clumps of moisture. Then use your knuckles or a palm to smear the dough up the sides of the bowl (a technique known as fraisage). This distributes the butter over a larger surface to achieve larger flakes and compact the dough. Once you've gone around the bowl one time, fold the dough over itself a few times to pick up any dry bits from the bottom. Gently press the dough into a disk. (Note: The dough should remain very cool to the touch throughout the process. If it approaches room temperature, refrigerate it for 5 to 10 minutes to chill.)
- Transfer the dough to a lightly floured work surface and roll out to a 10-by-12-inch rectangle. Perform a letter fold by folding one of the short ends towards the middle and the other short end over the first, like folding a business letter.
- Turn the dough 90 degrees, so the long side faces you, and perform a second letter fold. Turn the dough 90 degrees again; perform a third letter fold.
- If the dough still feels cool, it can be used immediately. Otherwise, wrap it in plastic wrap and chill for at least 20 minutes. The dough can be refrigerated for up to 1 week or frozen for up to 1 month.
- Blend together flour, butter, and salt in a bowl with your fingertips or a pastry blender (or pulse in a food processor) just until mixture resembles coarse meal with some roughly pea-size butter lumps.
- Drizzle 3 tablespoons ice water evenly over mixture and gently stir with a fork (or pulse in processor) until incorporated.
- Squeeze a small handful: If it doesn't hold together, add more ice water, 1/2 tablespoon at a time, stirring (or pulsing) until incorporated, then test again. Do not overwork dough or pastry will be tough.
- Turn out dough onto a lightly floured surface and divide into 4 portions. With heel of your hand, smear each portion once or twice in a forward motion to help distribute fat. Gather dough together, with a pastry scraper if you have one, and press into a 5-inch disk. Chill, wrapped in plastic wrap, until firm, at least 1 hour.
BASIC PASTRY DOUGH
- In a food processor, pulse flour and salt to combine. Add cold butter and pulse until mixture resembles coarse meal, with a few pea-size pieces of butter remaining. Sprinkle with ice water. Pulse until dough is crumbly but holds together when squeezed (if necessary, add up to 3 tablespoons more water, 1 tablespoon at a time). Do not overmix. Form dough into a 1-inch-thick disk, wrap tightly in plastic, and refrigerate until firm, at least 1 hour (or up to 3 days).
BASIC SHORT CRUST PASTRY DOUGH
This recipe comes from Yankee magazine, a New England periodical. It is a good, almost foolproof, pie crust that can be used with just about any filling.
Provided by bakedapple42
Yield 1 2 crust pie, 12 serving(s)
Number Of Ingredients 5
- Pour the flour into a mound on a countertop. Add salt and sugar; toss well. Work butter into flour with fingertips until it forms pea-sized lumps. Add the water, 2 tablespoons at a time, tossing with your fingers, until dough is crumbly and just starting to come together. You may not need all the water.
- Form dough into a mound, then use the heel of your hand to push the dough away from you, flattening out lumps. Repeat.
- Shape into two equal disks, wrap in plastic, and refrigerate at least 1 hour.
- To Form 2 Crust Pie:.
- Place one disk of dough on a floured pastry board; roll into a circle 1/8-inch thick.
- Fold circle of dough gently into quarters and transfer to an ungreased 9-inch tart pan.
- Unfold and gently push dough into pan. Cover with plastic wrap.
- Place second disk of dough on a floured pastry board; roll into a circle 1/8-inch thick. This will be your top crust.
- Cut small decorative holes in center of top crust to vent, then carefully transfer to flour-dusted cookie sheet. Cover with plastic wrap.
- Refrigerate crusts at least 1 hour or until needed.
Nutrition Facts : Calories 125.9, Fat 0.3, SaturatedFat 0.1, Sodium 243, Carbohydrate 27, Fiber 0.8, Sugar 3.2, Protein 3.2
QUICKEST PUFF PASTRY
- Cut 8 ounces (2 sticks) butter into 1/2 to 1/4-inch dice, place on a plate and refrigerate while preparing remaining ingredients.Measure water and add salt; stir to dissolve and set aside.
- Coarsely dice remaining 4 tablespoons (1/2 stick) butter. Place flour in work bowl of food processor fitted with metal blade; add 4 tablespoons butter and pulse until butter is absorbed -- about ten to twelve 1-second pulses.
- Add remaining butter and pulse once or twice to distribute. Add water and pulse 3 or 4 times, just until dough forms a rough ball. Do not over-process.
- Flour work surface and scrape dough from work bowl. Shape dough into a rough rectangle and place between 2 pieces of plastic wrap. Press dough with rolling pin to flatten, then roll back and forth several times with rolling pin to make a 12 by 18 inch rectangle of dough.
- Peel away plastic wrap and invert dough to floured work surface. Peel away second piece of wrap. Fold dough in thirds in the width, folding the top third down and the bottom third up, to make a 6 by 18-inch rectangle, then roll up the dough from one of the 6-inch ends, making sure to roll end under dough. Press the dough into a square, wrap in plastic and refrigerate 1 hour, or until firm.
BASIC PASTA DOUGH
Provided by Food Network
Yield about 1 pound or 4 portions
Number Of Ingredients 2
- On a clean dry work surface, make a mound of the flour and, using your fingers, make a well in the center of the mound. Using a fork, break the shell of the eggs one by one and drop the eggs into the center of the well you made of the flour. With the fork, beat the eggs together. Again using the fork, slowly begin to fold the flour in towards the center of the well to incorporate the flour into the beaten eggs. As you mix the flour with the beaten eggs, it will begin to form a doughy mass. Work this mass using your fingers until it begins to lose its moist and sticky character.
- When the mass begins to feel uniformly dry, begin to work the dough using both hands: kneading with the palms of both hands, pushing from the center of the ball of dough outwards and folding the near edge inwards to begin the kneading cycle again. The kneading stage should take about 10 minutes by hand.
- After the dough has been fully kneaded, it is time to thin the dough into sheets suitable for cutting. A manual pasta machine works wonders at this stage. Cut the ball of dough into three equal pieces. Form these pieces, by hand, into equal rectangular shape to be passed through the rollers of the pasta machine. Set the cylindrical rollers at their widest opening, put a piece of dough in the space between rollers and crank the handle to pass the dough through. As the sheet of pasta comes out the bottom of the rollers it should be set on a dry cotton towel to rest while you begin on the next piece. Repeat the thinning process with the remaining pieces of pasta, thinning and then setting aside, consecutively so that each piece of pasta is equally rolled out. When all the pasta has passed through the first rolling stage, set the machine to the next setting to begin rolling the pasta thinner. Start the rolling process again, beginning with the first piece of dough and continue with the remaining pieces. As each is rolled thinner set it aside and continue onto the next.
- As you return to the first piece of dough, set the cylinders one setting closer. Continue in this fashion until the pasta dough has been rolled out as thinly as possible.
- As the sheets of dough rest, keep them on a cotton towel, to prevent sticking to the work surface. When they are all rolled out you are ready to cut the pasta into the desired shape. They can be cut using the cutting wheels of the rolling machine or by hand using a knife.
BASIC PIE PASTRY
- Combine the flour, sugar, salt, and lemon zest in a large mixing bowl. Add the butter and mix with a pastry blender or your fingers until the mixture resembles coarse crumbs. Add the egg yolk and ice water and work that in with your hands. (Or do the whole thing in a food processor, pulsing a couple of times to combine the dry ingredients, then pulsing in the butter, and then the egg.) Check the consistency of the dough by squeezing a small amount together between thumb and forefingers: You want there to be just enough moisture to bind the dough so that it holds together without being too wet or sticky. If it's still crumbly, add a little more ice water, 1 teaspoon at a time. When you get it to the right consistency, shape the dough into a disk and wrap it in plastic. Put it in the refrigerator and chill for at least 30 minutes.
PATE A CHOUX DOUGH
- Preheat oven to 450 degrees. In 2 quart pot, combine the butter and water. On a piece of wax or parchment paper, sift together the flour, salt and sugar. Bring the water and butter to a rolling boil, remove from heat and dump the flour mixture in all at once. Stir with a wooden spoon or paddle to incorporate.
- Return the saucepot to high heat and cook, stirring, for about one minute. The mixture will form a ball and coat the pan with a thin film.
- Transfer the mixture to a mixing bowl or standing mixer equipped with the paddle attachment. Mix the dough for a minute or so, on low speed, to release some of the heat. Add the eggs, one at a time, completely incorporating each one before adding the next. Beat until the dough gets thick and ribbony.
- Fit a pastry bag with a round #5 tip and fill with the warm dough. Line a heavy cookie sheet with parchment paper and anchor it to the tray with a little dab of the dough at each corner. Pipe about forty to forty five 1 1/2-inch mounds about 2 inches apart on a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper. Bake for 10 to 15 minutes, until golden and puffed. Reduce heat to 350 degrees and bake for another 10 minutes or until they are golden brown and there are no droplets of moisture in the crevices. Turn off oven and leave the choux to dry for another 10 minutes. Use when cool, or freeze, wrapped in a plastic bag, for 2-3 months.
BASIC PIE DOUGH FOR APPLE PIE
- In a food processor, combine flour, salt, and sugar; pulse to combine. Add butter; pulse until mixture resembles coarse meal, with just a few pea-size pieces of butter remaining.
- Sprinkle with 1/4 cup ice water. Pulse until dough is crumbly but holds together when squeezed with fingers (if necessary, add up to 1/4 cup more water, 1 tablespoon at a time). To help ensure a flaky crust, do not overprocess.
- Transfer half of dough (still crumbly) onto a piece of plastic wrap. Form dough into a disk 3/4 inch thick; wrap tightly in plastic. Refrigerate until firm, at least 1 hour (and up to 3 days). Repeat with remaining dough. Makes 2 disks.
EASY SWEET PASTRY DOUGH
- Sift together the flour, sugar, and salt (if using) into a bowl.
- Toss butter into flour mixture to coat pieces. Using fingertips, rub butter into flour, working it until you have created a coarse meal with a few pea-size pieces.
- In a small bowl, combine egg and vanilla. Whisk together, then add gradually to flour mixture, stirring with a fork. Mix with hands until dough forms a ball.
- Knead the dough to make it smooth. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate for 10 minutes.
- Roll out dough and shape to pie pan or cut out rounds for tarts.
Nutrition Facts : Calories 249, Fat 16.2, SaturatedFat 9.9, Cholesterol 63.9, Sodium 84.2, Carbohydrate 22.7, Fiber 0.6, Sugar 4.8, Protein 3.4
QUICK DANISH PASTRY DOUGH
From Nick Malgieri's book Bake!. This is a companion recipe to Recipe #450978, but you can use any Danish pastry recipe and/or filling you desire.
Provided by Chocolatl
Yield 2 1/2 pounds
Number Of Ingredients 8
- Whisk yeast into water.
- Wait 1-2 minutes, then whisk again.
- Whisk in milk.
- Combine flour, sugar and salt in food processor and pulse to mix.
- Cut 4 tablespoons butter into thin slices and add to processor.
- Pulse to a fine texture, but do not allow to become pasty.
- Cut remaining butter into 1/2 inch cubes and add to processor.
- Pulse exactly twice, for 1 second each time.
- Remove dough from processor and place in mixing bowl.
- Whisk eggs into yeast mixture and add to bowl.
- Position a rubber spatula so its blade is flat and parallel with the bottom of the bowl.
- Repeatedly dig spatula down to the bottom of the bowl, while turning bowl.
- Repeat until dough comes together. Dough will be soft and sticky.
- Press plastic wrap against surface of dough and refrigerate 1-2 hours.
- Scrape chilled dough onto a floured surface and sprinkle flour over the top of the dough.
- Press dough into a rectangle about twice as long as it is wide.
- Starting at the narrow edge farthest from you, firmly press dough with a rolling pin in parallel strokes close to each other.
- If there are sticky pieces of butter on the surface of the dough, seal them with a pinch of flour.
- Clean off anything stuck to the rolling pin before continuing.
- Repeat pressing motion from the close to the farther narrow end of dough.
- Press once in the width. You should now have a 1/2 inch thick rectangle.
- Sprinkle flour under and on top of dough.
- Roll away back in length, and once in the width, without rolling over ends, to make a rectangle 18 inches long and 8 inches wide.
- Fold the two narrow ends in toward the middle, leaving a 1 inch space in the center.
- Fold top to bottom to form 4 layers.
- Reposition dough so folded edge is on your left.
- Repeat rolling and folding procedure.
- Wrap in plastic and refrigerate a minimum of 2 hours and a maximum of 12 hours before using.
- Use in the Danish pastry recipe of your choice.
Nutrition Facts : Calories 1726.6, Fat 117.8, SaturatedFat 72.1, Cholesterol 444.8, Sodium 793.2, Carbohydrate 142.9, Fiber 8.6, Sugar 20.6, Protein 29.3
BASIC YEAST DOUGH
You can use this dough to make all kinds of rolls, and shapes. This will keep in the fridge up to 5 days. It mixes up quick, doesn't need alot of kneading.
Provided by KittyKitty
Categories Yeast Breads
Yield 1 dough
Number Of Ingredients 7
- Dissolve yeast in warm water in a large mixing bowl; let stand 5 minutes. Add sugar, shortening, egg, salt, and half of flour; beat at low speed with an electric mixer until smooth. Gradually stir in enough remaining flour to make a soft dough.
- Place dough in a well greased bowl, turning to grease top. Cover and let rise in a warm place, free of drafts, 1 hour or until doubled in bulk, or cover and refrigerate up to 5 days. (if refrigerating, let return to room temp before proceeding).
- Punch dough down, turn out onto a lightly floured surface, and knead 4 or 5 times. Shape and bake as desired.
Nutrition Facts : Calories 1832.2, Fat 34.6, SaturatedFat 8.6, Cholesterol 211.5, Sodium 1248.5, Carbohydrate 327.1, Fiber 11.6, Sugar 39.2, Protein 47.8
BASIC SHORT-CRUST PASTRY
Regarding this basic short-crust pastry: the dough takes just 10 minutes to make, so resist the temptation to buy that pre-made crust from the refrigerator case. Homemade pastry always tastes better. Make it the day before. You can even roll it out, line the tart pan and keep it frozen until you're ready to bake.
Provided by David Tanis
Categories side dish
Yield One 9 and 1/2-inch tart crust
Number Of Ingredients 4
- Put flour and salt in the bowl of a stand mixer or food processor. Add butter and quickly cut it into flour until mixture resembles coarse meal.
- Add ice water and mix briefly, about 30 seconds, to form a soft dough. Remove dough, shape into a thick disk, wrap in plastic and refrigerate for at least 2 hours or overnight. Bring to cool room temperature before rolling.
- To roll, lightly flour dough and counter. Roll out gradually, periodically letting dough rest for a moment before continuing. This makes rolling easier and will keep dough from shrinking back during baking.
- Roll dough to a thin round approximately 13 inches in diameter, then trim to make a 12-inch circle (refrigerate and save trimmings for patching). Lay dough loosely into a 9 1/2-inch fluted tart pan with removable bottom, letting it relax a bit. Fold overlap back inside to make a double thickness, then press firmly against the pan so the finished edge is slightly higher than the pan. Refrigerate or freeze for an hour before pre-baking.
Nutrition Facts : @context http, Calories 1268, UnsaturatedFat 28 grams, Carbohydrate 95 grams, Fat 93 grams, Fiber 3 grams, Protein 14 grams, SaturatedFat 58 grams, Sodium 658 milligrams, Sugar 0 grams, TransFat 4 grams
BASIC SWEET DOUGH
I have made plenty of sweet breads, and I always favored the Hungarian Coffee Cake and Swedish Tea Ring. This sweet dough recipe is my mother's, and this works out really well because it is an old recipe. I have also used others which were more recent and still turned out well, but this one is the best I have found. Use this recipe for the basis of your sweet breads.
Provided by Carol
Number Of Ingredients 9
- Scald milk in a medium saucepan. Add cold water to scalded milk. Remove 1/4 cup liquid; mix yeast into liquid when cooled to lukewarm. To liquid in saucepan, add salt, sugar, shortening, and eggs. Add dissolved yeast to saucepan. Mix well.
- Sift and measure the flour into a large bowl. Make a well in the flour, and pour the liquids into the well. Stir with a large wooden spoon until liquid disappears.
- With one hand, mix dough in bowl using swinging rotary motion. Gradually form dough into smooth ball, then knead in bowl for 2 minutes. Brush top with melted shortening. Cover, and allow dough to rise at room temperature until doubled in bulk, about 2 hours.
- Punch down dough. Use dough for any sweet bread recipe.
Nutrition Facts : Calories 104.3 calories, Carbohydrate 18.4 g, Cholesterol 8.2 mg, Fat 2.1 g, Fiber 0.6 g, Protein 2.6 g, SaturatedFat 0.6 g, Sodium 102.7 mg, Sugar 2.4 g
Yield Makes enough dough for a single-crust 9-inch pie or a 10- to 11-inch tart
Number Of Ingredients 5
- Cut butter into 1/2-inch cubes.
- To blend by hand:
- Blend together flour, butter, shortening, and salt in a bowl with your fingertips or a pastry blender until most of mixture resembles coarse meal, with rest in small (roughly pea-size) lumps. Drizzle 2 tablespoons ice water evenly over and gently stir with a fork until incorporated.
- To blend in a food processor:
- Pulse together flour, butter, shortening, and salt in a food processor until most of mixture resembles coarse meal, with rest in small (roughly pea-size) lumps. Add 2 tablespoons ice water and pulse 2 or 3 times, or just until incorporated.
- Test mixture:
- Gently squeeze a small handful: It should hold together without crumbling apart. If it doesn't, add more ice water, 1 tablespoon at a time, stirring or pulsing 2 or 3 times after each addition until incorporated (keep testing). (If you overwork mixture or add too much water, pastry will be tough.)
- Form dough:
- Turn out onto a work surface and divide into 4 portions. With heel of your hand, smear each portion once in a forward motion to help distribute fat. Gather dough together and form it, rotating it on work surface, into a disk. Chill, wrapped in plastic wrap, until firm, at least 1 hour.
BUTTERCRUST PASTRY DOUGH
I used a food processor for this tender, flaky pastry dough as it makes it so much easier to achieve the gorgeous 'breadcrumb' texture as you add the ice water. If you use the dough for a savory recipe, I'd cut down the sugar a bit, but not omit it entirely. The most important thing to remember is to use frozen butter and ice cold water.
Provided by Chef John
Number Of Ingredients 5
- Place blade insert into bowl of food processor. Add 1 cup flour. Sprinkle frozen butter cubes over flour. Add remaining 1 cup flour, sugar, and salt. Cover. Pulse in short bursts on and off until butter is broken into small pieces and looks crumbly, about 1 minute. Drizzle in ice water. Pulse with longer pulses, on and off, until mixture turns pale yellow and looks like crumbs, about 10 to 12 seconds. Scrape down sides with spatula. Pulse once or twice more.
- Transfer mixture onto a work surface. Bring pieces together to form a tight round ball of dough. Flatten slightly and wrap in plastic wrap. Refrigerate at least 1 hour or overnight before rolling out.
Nutrition Facts : Calories 295.4 calories, Carbohydrate 33.9 g, Cholesterol 40.7 mg, Fat 15.8 g, Fiber 1.1 g, Protein 4.5 g, SaturatedFat 9.8 g, Sodium 497.8 mg, Sugar 2.2 g
EASY PASTRY DOUGH
- Blend first 4 ingredients in processor 10 seconds. Add shortening; process just until very coarse meal forms. Beat egg with 2 tablespoons water; add to processor. Blend until large moist clumps form, adding more water if dry. Gather dough into ball; divide in half. Flatten each piece into disk. Wrap in plastic; chill at least 1 hour. (Can be made 2 days ahead. Keep chilled. Let dough soften slightly before rolling out.)
AUTHENTIC EMPANADA PASTRY DOUGH
Try this easy and authentic empanada pastry dough! Quick to make since all ingredients are mixed in a food processor, then kneaded just very quickly and it's done. You can make it in advance, just cut it into discs, and freeze for later use.
Provided by Fioa
Number Of Ingredients 5
- Combine sifted flour and butter in the bowl of a food processor; pulse until crumbly. Add egg and pulse until just combined.
- Dissolve salt in warm water. Add gradually to the food processor and pulse until a soft dough ball forms. Turn ball into a bowl and wrap tightly with plastic wrap. Refrigerate at least 30 minutes.
- Dust a work surface with flour and knead dough for 1 minute. Roll out thinly and cut into discs. Freeze discs for later use or use right away for your favorite sweet or savory empanadas.
Nutrition Facts : Calories 115.7 calories, Carbohydrate 15.9 g, Cholesterol 25.7 mg, Fat 4.5 g, Fiber 0.6 g, Protein 2.7 g, SaturatedFat 2.6 g, Sodium 200.8 mg, Sugar 0.1 g
BASIC SHORTCRUST PASTRY
Learn how to make perfect shortcrust pastry every time with our easy recipe. For best results, make sure the butter is cold
Provided by Good Food team
Categories Dessert, Main course, Side dish, Vegetable
Number Of Ingredients 3
- Sift 225g plain flour into a large bowl, add 100g diced butter and rub in with your fingertips until the mixture resembles fine breadcrumbs.
- Stir in a pinch of salt, then add 2-3 tbsp water and mix to a firm dough.
- Knead the dough briefly and gently on a floured surface.
- Wrap in cling film and chill while preparing the filling.
Nutrition Facts : Calories 262 calories, Fat 14 grams fat, SaturatedFat 9 grams saturated fat, Carbohydrate 29 grams carbohydrates, Sugar 0.3 grams sugar, Fiber 1 grams fiber, Protein 4 grams protein, Sodium 0.4 milligram of sodium
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