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Can I bake a pie and a savory dish in the oven at the same time?

asked by ECMotherwell over 1 year ago
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added over 1 year ago

If they are both at the same oven temp it should be ok. Just be careful, if you are making a fruit pie that might drip, bake it on a sheet tray so it doesn't drip on your savory item

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added over 1 year ago

I agree. Would ask myself - a. Will the same baking temperature work for both?
B. could the flavour/aroma of one affect the flavour of other. Example if your savoury dish is garlicky, I would be wary. C. Will there be any contact of any sort... Dripping/overflowing/leaking pans causing the dishes to touch would be worry some.