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ISO pastry crusts

Postby pengyou » 28 Apr 2012, 08:39

I am looking for a dough to make pigs in a blanket. Is there a place in (preferably) Xinchu or Taizhong that will sell frozen pastry dough? or the Pillsbury pop'n fresh stuff? Taipei or other places would be a second option.
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Re: ISO pastry crusts

Postby Dragonbones » 28 Apr 2012, 11:30

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Re: ISO pastry crusts

Postby bck » 30 Apr 2012, 18:45

and also big box grocery stores have it, carrefour & RT mart. I've seen it in the chain grocery stores in Taipei too, Welcome and Matsusei.

Good quality sausage would be harder to find I think....
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Re: ISO pastry crusts

Postby pengyou » 30 Apr 2012, 23:07

bck wrote:Good quality sausage would be harder to find I think....


no problem...lots of stray dogs where I live :lol:
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Re: ISO pastry crusts

Postby Enigma » 01 May 2012, 23:34

I just use Krusteze bought at COSTCO. Just a dip and deep fry. Guess I am not that particular about "pigs". mmmmmm. better leave it there.
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Re: ISO pastry crusts

Postby Dragonbones » 01 May 2012, 23:40

Enigma wrote:I just use Krusteze bought at COSTCO. Just a dip and deep fry. Guess I am not that particular about "pigs". mmmmmm. better leave it there.


Krusteze is a brand, making things like cookie mixes, pancake mix, etc.; what product name under that brand are you using? Is it a frozen sheet pastry crust, or what? Just curious.
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Re: ISO pastry crusts

Postby bck » 14 May 2012, 16:51

pengyou wrote:
bck wrote:Good quality sausage would be harder to find I think....


no problem...lots of stray dogs where I live :lol:


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