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K, I haven't got any Steak & Stilton pies now but I have frozen Chicken, Leek & Bacon pies from Lidl. That says 180-200c for 45-50 minutes, if that's any help as a guide.
The 180 is for fan ovens but I always cook pastry at 200 anyway.
  
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 14, 2017 6:17 pm 
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thanks ZZ...i put a couple Pucka Pies in tonight....pack said gas 6 for 40 / 45 mins.....after 20 mins tops were black and inside were cold,,,,,,,so turned them down to mark 4 for rest of the time......! crap dinner.. Laughing  
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 14, 2017 6:18 pm 
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It's written on the packet, Krysia... Wink
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It's written on the packet, Krysia... Wink


well as i did not have a packet i could not read it....was using them as a comparision to what i did have......
  
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I know what you mean: I often use the cooking instructions for ice cubes when I'm grilling a burger.... Wink
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 15, 2017 7:31 pm 
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I know what you mean: I often use the cooking instructions for ice cubes when I'm grilling a burger.... Wink


Rather cynical Seedy Shocked
  
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Can't imagine what you mean, Cliff! Wink
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I was out bright and early on Monday to drive the Wife back to Burgas, visit the Bank and then quickly run around Lidl and Metro so as to get back for midday to let the Sheep out of their pen.

I was surprised to find a selection (well two choices actually), of those French Quiches in the knock down area so bought 4 (I could have bought more, but freezer space is at a premium at the moment with it being winter).

Now, usually, the Wife will heat these things up in the oven, but being on my own, I thought, no problem, I can work this out for myself. Magnifying glass in hand, (my 12 volt lighting is not exactly LED bright), I work it out in Bulgarian that I need to preheat the oven at 210c. and 'bake' it for circa 17 minutes. This I did, (or I misunderstood the Bulgarian instructions), but to be honest, it was a bit soggy and I kept it cooking for 20 minutes. I think the grill might have been better?

I think that it also said on the box that it was not suitable for microwave cooking. Any suggestions as I have 3 more to cook at some stage? Exclamation Idea
  
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Why don't you take a photo of the instructions and drop it in the Gallery, Mr Wolf?
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We eat ours cold Mr Wolf as they are already cooked, and quiche is a not usually a hot dish to us. Maybe that's a southern thing?  
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 26, 2018 9:44 pm 
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We eat ours cold Mr Wolf as they are already cooked, and quiche is a not usually a hot dish to us. Maybe that's a southern thing?


I don't know about being a Southern thing as I'm from the West Midlands and Sasha is from Moscow and we never eat our Quiche cold. Also, if it was meant to be eaten cold then, why would Lidl put the cooking instructions on the back of the box. Exclamation

Sasha baked another one tonight and finished it off under the grill and it was far better than my effort earlier in the week. Wink
  
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Well, the whole question was answered in the definitive, and very appositely-named, "Real Men Don't Eat Quiche" Wink

However, for the pussies - sorry I mean "New Men" - among us, the answer is clear: quiche should be served either hot from the oven or at a pinch, if one is parsimonious enough to have left-overs, re-heated to lukewarm (properly-made quiche will end up a congealed mess if overheated/recooked from cold Wink) On the other hand, tarte can certainly be eaten cold and indeed many are designed not to be eaten hot.

Of course, anyone who doesn't make their own quiche from scratch - and indeed those reprobates who think "from scratch" means using ready-made faux pastry - should be horse-whipped and force-fed a diet of Bisto, HP sauce, Oxo cubes and Angel Delight.....and the darkest depths of Purgatory await those who fail to eat quiche without the obligatory, and ultra-garlicky, salade verte and a crisp Sancerre or robust Provençal rosé! Cool
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Can't think of anything more offputting than hot quiche! Just because there are heating instructions on the box doesn't mean a thing, Lidl are international after all, how many of you add a lettuce leaf to something because it's on the 'serving suggestion'?
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Well, we are from the East Midlands and have never eaten hot quiche. In fact, only ever had it with salads and at buffet parties.  
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Can't think of anything more offputting than hot quiche! Just because there are heating instructions on the box doesn't mean a thing, Lidl are international after all, how many of you add a lettuce leaf to something because it's on the 'serving suggestion'?


I agree! Just because some twit suggests I should cook my tripe and onions, why on earth should I pay any attention to such clueless notions? Cool

However, if it comes in a packet then it ain't quiche - just some cr@p muck designed to be sold for a lot more than it cost to make out of cheap-n-nasty ingredients. Nonetheless, cold quiche is just another of those appalling outrages committed by Anglo-Saxon* addicts of junk food and Bisto "gravy" ..... Evil or Very Mad

* Sadly this heathen behaviour is also spreading among the current generation of young Frenchwomen who think that microwave "meals", tinned "soup" and packet mixes of MSG-laden and indeterminate food is "cooking" for their unfortunate families! No wonder Calais is besieged by desperate people trying to leave the country, albeit they are in for a VERY nasty surprise when they finally get across La Manche.... Wink
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