About this recipe: This recipe was given to me by a woman that makes savoury tarts in a small town in the south of France. I found her crust and process to be the most delicious, simple and logical of all the crusts I've ever made.
This is indeed a fantastic and flaky short pastry. It melts in the mouth. Yum! - 06 Sep 2002 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
This was delicious! The only thing I added was a little more salt. I used this crust for a spinach quiche, prebaking the crust for 12 minutes before adding the filling. This is a great crust recipe for non-dessert pies, because it's rich without being sweet. - 17 Oct 2002 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
My pot pie recipe called for baking at 350 degrees and this crust really needs to be baked at 400 degrees or more to be browned. I used this as a TOP crust for a beef pot pie so I couldn't pre-bake it like the instructions said. It was also the first time I've made crust with my food processor so I am sure it will be better in future iterations. I will likely try this recipe again but use it for a BOTTOM crust or for a top crust only if the recipe calls for high heat 400-450. Even with my turning the temp up and down and up to get it to brown and my inexperience with making dough in a food processor, it turned out looking beautiful. The texture however was limp, not flaky, but it tasted tender and buttery. I am sure any shortcoming in the result was due to the baker, not the recipe. I do agree with the other reviewer -- this recipe needs a smidgeon more salt. - 24 Jan 2003 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)