Breville BPI640XL Personal Pie Maker
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- Four pie molds with a 4-inch diameter
- Edge crimper seals the pie with decorative trim
- Locking latch
- Easy clean non-stick surface
- Included accessories; pastry cutter and pastry press
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|Color||Stainless Steel||White with red||Purple||Red|
|Dimensions||4.25 inches x 10.5 inches x 14.5 inches||14.4 inches x 6.4 inches x 13.4 inches||14 inches x 14 inches x 6 inches||2.25 inches x 9 inches x 8.75 inches|
|Item Package Weight||11.45 pounds||7.4 pounds||6.55 pounds||0.65 pounds|
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On the other hand if you want to make little pizzas or stuffed sandwiches using bread dough, or little quiches crustless or with crusts using something like refrigerated crescent roll dough you will have a great time turning out tasty snacks. Also does a decent job with pot pies mainly because you can add enough filling so the dough does contact the top of the pie maker. All fillings have to be pre-cooked before using in the pie maker. If you were to make a sweet pie filling with enough body to allow mounding you would be able to get a browned top crust.
I'll start by saying Breville gives you a cookbook for ideas with this (a tiny one) and the pies in the recipes are made with regulary pie crust on the top and bottom for the most part. They suggest, for ease, you can use something like the Pillsbury all-ready pie crusts. The directions say if you don't fill the pie bottom up full enough that you won't get a browned top as it won't contact the top of the "pie oven plate" but I have had no issue with that. If you start your pie making and simply fill the base fill a bit over the top so you know it's full, you'll always have perfect crusts...I've never had one yet that was uncooked or not perfect in about 5 minutes...you get an idea very quickly of how much filling to put inside. I don't even measure; it is quite simple to figure out. If you only put a tiny bit of filling, naturally the top pie crust would sink down into the bottom crust rather than hitting the top baker plate...it's just easy.
MAKES GOURMET MEALS AND SIDE DISHES, NOT JUST DESSERTS:
Now then, don't limit yourself to dessert pies in spite of how good they are...this makes leftovers into a gourmet dish and makes gourmet side dishes that wow guests. Even some main dishes! No need to guess what size to cut the pies, it comes with a cutter for both top and bottom as well as an inset to press the bottom pie crust to the bottom of each pie pan.
I don't eat meat and my honey does so we have lots of meat leftovers. This has made him feel like he gets gourmet dishes rather than leftovers. For example, you can use hamburger and combine with mashed potatoes, some veggies, a bit of pasta sauce and you have mini shepard pies.Read more ›
When it's just the two of us I make 4 pies for dinner, I eat one and my husband may eat 2, which leaves one for me as a snack the next day. My husband has also taken these to work the next day and while the pie isn't hot, if wrapped up it will stay warm in the middle and the crust won't be soggy. How great is that you can make your own hot pockets wit the fillings you want.
I tried using the puff pastry once, I'm not a big fan of it but it did make the pies look pretty. I didn't have a problem with the tops not cooking all the way through, it was just more pastry than i wanted. I make more savory pies than anything, the pies also freeze well for a quick mid-week meal. I just don't feel like cooking after a long day of work. If I don't have pre-made pies whipping up a few is pretty easy and quick. I just look to see what leftovers I have, and you can use just about anything, and I always have some pre-made pie dough. Just roll out the dough, cut with provided pie cutters, drop in dough, drop in filling, drop top crust if desired, close lid, wait 8 minutes and dinner is ready.
The Breville machine is great, but you should buy it from a reputable company. I don't think this company is reputable.
Amazon provided me with a way to return the dirty, used, Refurbished unit to eCom. But, I wound up buying the machine elsewhere because I didn't see any NEW machines other than on eCOM...and I didn't trust them to provide a NEW unit.
Since it was a FACTORY REFURBISHED unit, I was over-charged for a NEW unit.
When I opened the outer box, I saw where it said FACTORY REFURBISHED on the inner box. I was upset. But I opened that box thinking maybe I could get a refund if the machine looked new. But I knew right away that there was a REAL problem when the plastic around the machine was sealed with WHITE MEDICAL TAPE!!! It made me a little sick to think that someone used medical tape to repackage the machine. What kind of disease did the shipper have to have white medical tape on that machine? When I opened the plastic bag to see the machine, I found that the pie areas were dirty, had food particles in them, and the entire top of the pie areas had piecrust stuck to them, and crumbs all through it. What could be worse? Refurbished! Used! Dirty!
I was horrified to see there was old dirty food in the unit. And the smell was terrible.
This company should be fined for selling something as disgusting as that, and stating that it was a NEW machine.
There is just NO excuse for them sending out a product in the condition of the unit I received.
This has been my absolute worst shopping experience.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I do love this pie maker. Realize it is for appetizer portions. The finish on the inside is great, nothing was sticking as long as you don't overfill the cups. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Laurie K
We don't use this thing very often but it worked just as described and is a really neat device. I was pleased with the purchase.Published 8 months ago by Justin Kitchens
Love, love, love this machine. Have used it twice only so far and making personal pies is now a snap. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Paul A. Lawson
Just don't go with the cooking times given by the manufacturer. Your first 2-3 times will give you a perspective. Only drawback is that not all 4 slots cook evenly.Published 14 months ago by Thomas L. Tanel
I have been disappointed in the performance of the pie maker. Preheating makes it difficult to get the crust in, the filling has to be cooked before putting it in, the amount of... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Ginger Holmes
Makes delicious pies! I use puff pastry dough, fill the wells generously and have NO PROBLEMS with the top crust getting brown (obviously other reviewers didn't read the booklet... Read morePublished 16 months ago by wallysbabe
At least we now know what goes into our pies. No surprises. Works great.Published 16 months ago by Sam Thompson