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The mincemeat is made months in advance and stored in the pantry.” Go behind the scenes in the kitchens of Buckingham Palace – Royal chefs reveal how they make mince pies:https://t.co/sg BXvw RJZ2 pic.twitter.com/l GMEq Ir Ui P — The Royal Family (@Royal Family) December 18, 2017Clearly, Royal Pastry Chef Kathryn Cuthbertson follows her own number one tip of advice, “Give yourself plenty of time.” And Chef de Partie, Victoria Scupham, agrees, adding, “Pastry is not something that likes to be rushed.” But considering the pair “create over 1,200 mince pies for each of the festive receptions held at the Palaces around Christmas time,” creating everything from scratch, it seems like advice worth following.
As for the actual recipe, it seems straight-forward enough.
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Place the mince pies in the fridge to rest for another 30 minutes, then add a pastry top to each, egg washing it and pricking a small hole in the top to allow the steam to escape. Place the baking tray on the middle shelf of the preheated oven and bake the pies for about 15 minutes, or until the pastry turns golden and the mincemeat starts to boil slightly.Remove from the oven and allow to cool slightly before taking the pies out of their tin.Sprinkle the mince pies with icing sugar and serve immediately.The Queen’s pastry chef has revealed the secret recipe for the mince pies served at Buckingham Palace just in time for you to make them… A Christmas classic even the Queen indulges in, the recipe has been shared on the royal Twitter as people around the country are preparing to make their holiday mince pies.But if you were excited to make your own mince pies fit for the Royal Family - we have some bad news.
Calling for various spirits mixed with currants, golden sultanas, and mixed peel, the recipe for the Queen’s mince pies actually sounds pretty delicious.