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Mince Fruit Pie

For a fruity start of the year, check out these delicious mince fruit pie 🙂
Specially made by Chef Victor in collaboration with Malaysian Institute of Baking


Sweet Pastry

300 g All Purpose Flour
120 g Butter (unsalted)
108 g Sugar
2 g Salt
27 g Egg
40 g Whipping Cream

Mince Fruit

200 g Raisin
60 g Orange Peel
100 g Green Apple
32 g Sugar Syrup / Honey
2 g Cinnamon
1 g All Spice
8 g Pregelantinised Starch
40 g Glycerine
70 g Butter
8 g Vinegar
10 g Lemon Juice


1. Mix butter, sugar and salt on medium speed for 3 minutes.
2. Add eggs followed by whipping cream on medium speed for 2 minutes
3. Fold in all purpose flour on slow speed for 30 seconds until the dough is formed. Place dough in the chiller for 1 hour.
4. Take half of the dough and roll out between 2 plastic sheets to 3mm thick.
5. Using a round cutter, 1 cm larger than tart mould, cut a round disc of pastry.
6. Place the pastry onto a well-greased tart mould and press it in gently with your thumbs.
7. Put mince fruit mixture inside and cover with a round piece of pastry.
8. Prick holes in the centre of the pies and seal the edges with a fork.
9. Trim off any excess pastry from the edges and brush the tops with egg wash.
10. Bake at 180°C for 20 – 25 minutes until the mince pies are golden brown.
11. Sprinkle a mixture of cinnamon sugar over the mince pies a few minutes before they are removed from the oven.

Written by iCookAsia

iCookAsia, originally known as "TryMasak' is the first recipe video channel in Malaysia. Since its creation in 2008, TryMasak has grown and evolveed from online recipe sharing website into online media platform for chefs to showcase their talent and for brands to promote their products and services. Currently we have more than 2,000 recipes in video format from Malaysia and other Asian countries.


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