Traditional Scottish Style Steak and Kidney Pie

    Traditional Scottish Style Steak and Kidney Pie

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    About this recipe: "A meltingly tender, Scottish comfort food Classic best served with Mashed Neeps and Tatties

    Ingredients

    • BASE
    • 300g/10oz ready made Puff Pastry
    • 1 Egg plus 1 Egg Yolk - lightly beaten together
    • FILLING
    • 3tbsp Vegetable Oil
    • 15g/½oz Butter
    • 700g/1½lb Stewing Steak - diced
    • 200g/7oz Lamb Kidney - diced
    • 2 Onions - chopped
    • 2tbsp Plain Flour
    • 750ml/1½ pints Beef Stock
    • Splash(es) Worcestershire Sauce
    • Salt and freshly ground Black Pepper

    Method

    1. Preheat oven to 220C/425F/Gas 7
    2. Pour two tablespoons of oil into a large pot or frying pan, heat to a medium high temperature and add the Beef;
    3. Cook, stirring constantly, for a couple of minutes, until the cubes are browned on all sides;
    4. Remove and set aside
    5. Add the kidneys to the pan and again cook, stirring constantly, for a couple of minutes until browned on all sides;
    6. Remove, set aside and pour the juices into the stock;
    7. Reduce heat to low, add the rest of the oil, the butter and the onions and cook, stirring occasionally, for some 5 minutes or so until onions have softened a bit;
    8. Return the beef and kidneys to the pan, sprinkle over with flour and, stirring continuously, fully coat the meat/onion mixture;
    9. Add the Stock and Worcestershire sauce with a few turns of pepper mill, bring to boil then reducing heat, gently simmer for 1 to 2 hours checking regularly after 1½ hours until the meats are tender (If gravy becomes too thick add a little extra stock and cover for a bit);
    10. Remove from the heat, season to taste and set aside to cool;
    11. Once cool, pour the mixture into a large oven or pie dish;
    12. Roll out the pastry to 5mm/¼in thick and, at least, 5cm/2in larger than the oven dish;
    13. With the rolling pin, lift and fit the pastry over the top of the mixture and the dish;
    14. Trim and crimp the edges - use your hands;
    15. Brush the surface with the beaten egg mixture and bake for some 30 to 40 minutes or so or until the pastry is well puffed up and golden-brown.

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