is ready rolled for your convenience. Ideal for many a sweet or savoury dish,
JUS-ROL Shortcrust Pastry may be used for flans, tarts and pies.
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Suitable for freezingSuitable for vegetarians
Product life guaranteed for 1 week.
|Typical Values||Per 100g||(uncooked) Per portion (50g)||%* (50 g)|
|Energy||457 kcal||229 kcal||11%|
|Fat||28.6 g||14.3 g||20%|
|of which saturates||14.5 g||7.3 g||36%|
|Carbohydrate||39.9 g||20.0 g||8%|
|of which sugars||1.6 g||0.8 g||1%|
|Fibre||1.3 g||0.7 g||-|
|Protein||5.9 g||3.0 g||6%|
|Salt||0.25 g||0.13 g||2%|
|*Reference intake of an average adult (8 400 kJ/ 2 000kcal)|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (86)
short crust pastry
good for making mince pies
This was ok ready rolled to just make some homemade mince pies
So fake tasting, and bitter. Why is it bitter? It was literally baked sprinkled in sugar, so that's how bad it is. Not even sugar can fix that. Avoid. On a positive note, it was a good thickness, and being pre rolled would have been a massive help if it was edible.
Why would you buy pastry with so many ingredients?
It takes 10 minutes to make your own with 3 ingredients. 300g plain flour, 150g butter and a few tablespoons of chilled water. Mix the flour and butter til it looks like bread crumbs then gradually add water to create a ball of dough. roll out. Eat real food folks!
OK, but not as convenient as other
This crust works well, but it is rolled flat and SQUARE. This means I have to awkwardly re-roll it to round for a typical pie dish. If I wanted to roll it, I would make it myself. I now am using another brand that is pre-rolled in a round shape.
Does the job.
Simply unroll from the pack and use. Does the job and bakes well. Saying that, there is not much flavour, but as i use this to make small pies, the pastry is never the star of the show.