Cheese and onion pasty stuffed with sharp cheddar, potato, shredded onions & a big dollop of Branston pickle in a golden shortcrust pastry.
Us Brits have a real fondness for savoury pies, whether they are topped with pastry, completely wrapped in pastry, or even topped with mashed potato, we love them!
Fidget pie is an old English dish with variants across England, mine features potatoes, ham, cheddar cheese & apple in a double pastry case.
Steak and Stilton pie is a true British classic loaded with tender slow-cooked beef in a rich gravy & the unmistakable taste of blue cheese.
Sausage hotpot a take on a classic British dish, pork bangers cooked in a delicious cider & onion gravy then baked under a crispy potato lid.
Chicken and leek pie with a wholegrain mustard, white wine and creme fraiche sauce topped with a golden puff pastry lid in individual pots.
Sausage and mash pie with a rich caramelised onion gravy, baked until the potatoes are nicely crisped, and yes it is as good as it sounds!
Scotch pie was something I would buy at the footie growing up, a minced lamb pie flavoured with mace and nutmeg in a crisp hot crust pastry.
Cottage pie, a traditional British mashed potato topped dish featuring mince beef, I make mine as single-serving pies for the smaller family.
Lamb shepherds pie, potato topped minced lamb with hints of mint sauce baked until crispy and golden, my idea of comfort food heaven!
Corned beef and potato pie, these individual shortcrust pastry pies get a generous shake of Worcestershire sauce and taste of my childhood!