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April 27, 20091 found this helpful

I have a Sunbeam Pie Magic pie maker which is not the same model, but I'm sure they all work on the same principle. Mine is Teflon coated. The pastry cutters are simply circles, with the smaller one (top) being 9.5cm (3 3/4") and the larger one (base) being 12 cm (4 3/4") in diameter. Use frozen sheets of ready-rolled pastry (short crust or puff pastry - thawed).

Pre-heat the pie maker for 5 minutes, or until the indicator light goes off). Cut a couple of slits in the edge of the larger pastry base to make it easier to fit in the pie maker. Place the pastry into the base and overlap the slits, pressing them together so that they are joined properly. Put your filling in (do not overfill), then place the smaller pastry round on top.

Close the pie maker, and cook for about 6 minutes (8 minutes for a darker top). Remove the pies with a plastic spatula so as not to scratch the surface of the machine. If your pie maker is not Teflon coated, you may have to oil the pie molds.

I hope these simple instructions are a help to you. You may have to experiment a bit with the size of the pastry circles, but I'm sure you can cut around a suitably sized plate or cup for the correct size. Please email me if I can be of further help. Brenda in Oz.

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