Decoration of closed and semi-open pies

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Decoration of closed and semi-open pies
Food Styling and Photography: Franciele C. Oliveira (complete recipe)
I don’t know about you, but I’m one of those people who eats with their eyes. A beautiful presentation conquers me even before the first mouthful and one of the most versatile desserts in this regard is the closed or semi-open pie!
You can always make that same filling and recipe for your dough, but the way it serves can change everything! I selected some photos to inspire you and show that making a beautiful pie is not that difficult, just have the right utensils 😉
Decoration of closed and semi-open pies
Source: @ demetria.provatas
That traditional crusader is very easy to do, see? Dani already taught in the recipe for American apple pie, but of course there are thousands of variations! The photo above, for example, intersperses thin slices with some thicker ones and even adds some braids. The effect is amazing, right?
Decoration of closed and semi-open pies
Source: The Bojon Gourmet
Didn’t I say that utensils make our life in the kitchen too much? Cookie cutters may not be indispensable accessories, but they definitely help a lot in decorating various recipes. Isn’t that cap with scattered stars a charm?
Decoration of closed and semi-open pies
Source: BuzzFeed
Each cutter shape will create an effect, but I confess that I love it when the pieces of dough overlap.
Decoration of closed and semi-open pies
Source: Janice Lowordi
The cutters also leave an incredible leak in the “rest” of the dough, see? Instead of using the small pieces in the shape you want, you can create an unusual and totally different design in the dough and use it as a lid.
Decoration of closed and semi-open pies
Source: @ demetria.provatas
And why not make small tartlets and use the dough completely? Both the dough and the pieces in the shape you want can decorate your mini pies.
Decoration of closed and semi-open pies
Source: King Arthur Flour
Last but not least, how about a very rococo décor that mixes various shapes? In addition to the leaves on the edges, the dough intersperses 3 slices / braids at a time. This is for those who love unusual details!

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