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Trivial question, but I know there are very similar tarts made in England (possibly elsewhere, I think Canada has a version too) that is pretty similar to this Scottish tart but cannot find the name of them, unless they are simply called butter tarts. I seem to remember them having a specific name in England.
Other related question, what sort of individual tart cases are used, I mean the ones that are almost the shape of a tin of tuna (rather than being made in a muffin type tin), cannot seem to find them without knowing the name.
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sorry I don’t know the name of the baking tin, but perhaps go through Lakeland baking tins and see if there is anything similar just so you can find the name?
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