Pie Tee, otherwise known as Top Hats is a familiar snack made with crispy thin fried shells filled with Stir-Fry Savory Turnip or the all-vegetable version, Stir-Fried Yam Bean. Effortless to eat but not so easy to make are these shells. These pastry shells are made using a special mold called a pie tee. Frying these shells is really time consuming so it requires ample of patience and time to do this. But the effort is DEFINITELY worth it as these are such good eats. These pastry shells can be made ahead of time and kept in air-tight containers until needed. Hence they are great for a brunch or tea party. Just sit back and relax, watching your guests enjoying themselves filling their own top hats shells and eating them right away. Certainly a crowd-pleaser!
Lastly, here is a short video on How To Make Pie Tee Shells. Enjoy!