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Steak and three mushroom pie

This is a deliciously rich, savoury pie. You can simply use white mushrooms or re-hydrate some dried wild mushrooms but I like the flavour combination of crimini, portobello and oyster mushrooms. Use supermarket ready rolled pastry - it's so much easier!
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21 Mar 2011
deirdre67 said:
Altered ingredient amounts. I made this pie, but I only used button mushrooms, & I used around 220mls of Guinness instead of red wine,then I made enough home made shortcrust pastry to toally enclose the pie. it was absolutly delicious.
 
23 Jun 2013
Reviewed by: Sarah-Jean
Fantastic and very easy to follow recipe. I used Fursty Ferret ale in my pie but it tasted lovely. Next time I'll just use a puff pastry topping though as I found the bottom and side of the shortcrust pie too soggy.
 
04 Nov 2012
Reviewed by: Huw222
I have never written a review before but after eating this pie I feel compelled to, it was exceptional! I thought the filling ingredients were excessive but it did all fit in to my store bought pastry pie shell. The only change I made was using ale instead of wine, however it's only 3 tbspns so Wine would not overpower the taste. Great pie.
 
17 Mar 2013
Reviewed by: LaDawnClare-Panton
Easy peasy to make. Tastes absolutely delicious. Everyone loved it!!! Be generous with you pepper. Great for dinner party because it can all be prepared ahead and then cooked just before dinner! Served with roasted squash and steamed cabbage. Perfectomundo.
 
15 Jan 2018
Reviewed by: Dellyboot
To die for :-) Everything about it was perfect except there wasn't enough !!! Thanks for posting it.
 
11 Mar 2015
Reviewed by: superdrero
Loved the recipe. I used flaky pastry, tossed in a bit of celery, and substituted the oyster mushrooms with regular mushrooms because I couldn't find them at the stores in the area. Didn't have a problem with the crust being soggy. Turned out phenomenal.
 

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