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English: A pasty , known in (West) Cornish dialect as tiddy/teddy oggy/oggin, and sometimes as pastie in the United States, is a filled pastry case, commonly associated with Cornwall, in the south west of England, UK. It differs from a pie as it is made by placing the filling on a flat pastry shape, usually a circle, and folding it to wrap the filling, crimping the edge to form a seal. The result is a raised semicircular package. The traditional Cornish pasty, which has Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) status in Europe, is filled with beef, sliced or diced potato, swede (also known as a rutabaga) and onion, and is baked. Pasties with many different fillings are made; some shops specialise in selling all sorts of pasties. For a pasty to be considered authentic, the filling ingredients must never be cooked before they are wrapped in the pastry casing.
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Media in category "Pasty"
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- Australian pasties.jpg 159 KB
- Cooked pasty.JPG 1.33 MB
- Cornish Pasty (cropped).jpeg 642 KB
- Cornish pasty - cut.jpeg 198 KB
- Cornish pasty.jpeg 1,023 KB
- Cornish pasty.jpg 2.38 MB
- Giant Pasty.JPG 2.61 MB
- Ivor Dewdney WL03NPJ.jpg 3.08 MB
- Making of a Cornish Pasty.jpg 1.04 MB
- Pasty barm.jpg 30 KB
- Pasty Ingredients.JPG 1.33 MB
- Pasty pastry.JPG 1.32 MB
- Pasty-with-afters-2.jpg 30 KB
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- Raw pasty.JPG 1.32 MB