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Perfect Pastry Flour Blend

This softer, "Southern-style" flour offers a nice compromise between soft pastry flour and all-purpose flour. Ideal for extra-tender baked goods such as pie crusts, scones, biscuits, cookies and much more. It’s easier to handle than...Read More

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Easy-to-use baking flour from America’s oldest flour company.

Description

This softer, "Southern-style" flour offers a nice compromise between soft pastry flour and all-purpose flour. Ideal for extra-tender baked goods such as pie crusts, scones, biscuits, cookies and much more. It’s easier to handle than traditional pastry flour, so your pie crust roles out like a dream.

King Arthur Flour is America’s oldest flour company, founded in Boston in 1790. Today King Arthur is dedicated to providing quality baking products backed by the passion and commitment of its employee-owners.

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  • Manufacturer: Sur La Table by King Arthur Flour
  • Ingredients: Unbleached pastry flour (soft wheat flour), King Arthur unbleached enriched flour (wheat flour, malted barley flour, niacin, reduced iron, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid)
  • Allergen Statement: Contains wheat. Produced on equipment that also processes eggs, milk, soy, almonds, hazelnuts, pecans, walnuts and coconut
  • Made in USA

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  • 48 oz. (3 lb.)
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I mistakenly purchases pastry flour instead of pasta flour in a rush but you can’t really go wrong with anything by King Arthur Flour, so I’m sure it will come in handy this winter with puff pastry breakfast items.
January 15, 2019
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5 months ago
 

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Why did you choose this?
Sur La Table Store
Hard to find pastry flour in my local surpermarket
Gloria B on Mar 17, 2019
I love using this pastry flour for baked goods. Nice and light
Janis B on Dec 8, 2018
Hard to find pastry flour in my local surpermarket
Gloria B on Mar 17, 2019
Gives my baked goods a soft delicate crumb
Roxanna F on Feb 4, 2019
I love using this pastry flour for baked goods. Nice and light
Janis B on Dec 8, 2018
Just wanted to try it
Valerie C on Dec 5, 2018
I researched and found out the best way to make pie crust is with Pastry Flour.
james O on Nov 13, 2018
I like to use this flour because I feel a difference in taste of my pastries .
marinela b on Oct 7, 2018
Perfect to mix with all purpose flour for a fabulous pie crust.
Candace H on Jul 14, 2018
Used in the past... a really good product.
Mark L on Dec 9, 2017
I like it
Cesia R on Mar 20, 2017
I enjoy working with the Perfect Pastry Blend because the texture of the baked goods come out light and not too heavy. Perfect for cookies, brownies, quick breads and muffins.
Julianne C on Mar 15, 2017
Going to try our hands at making ravioli!
Madonna P on Mar 6, 2017
This will enhance the tAste of my pies.
Tracey M on Feb 24, 2017
I only use the Perfect Pastry Blend flour for my pie crusts. It is amazing. Once you have tried it, you will use just regular flour. I tried to pick up in store, but they no longer carry it. Hated paying the shipping but it is worth it.
Debbie C on Dec 18, 2016
I have been trying to find type "0" flour to help me make French Croissants, but haven't been able to get it inside the USA. I noticed this pastry flour and thought it would work.
Chelsea N on Nov 10, 2016
It's King Arthur."nuff said.
Ann T on Sep 5, 2016
Gives my baked goods a soft delicate crumb
Roxanna F on Feb 4, 2019
Just wanted to try it
Valerie C on Dec 5, 2018
What’s the protein content?
Lauren G on Dec 24, 2018
BEST ANSWER: As a pastry cook I can only say that pastry flour is meant to be a relatively 'soft' flour, i.e. lower in protein than all-purpose flour, which in turn is lower and less 'strong' than bread flour. In my experience, the practical difference between all-purpose and pastry flour is negligible for most pastry purposes. And I do a lot of baking.
 

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