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A delicious steak and kidney pie including bacon, mushrooms and red wine. Excellent winter fare.
Hmm, delicious steak and kidney pudding – after 3 hours of cooking without fuel! This steak and kidney pudding recipe is easy, but always a show stopper when I am demonstrating Mr D’s Thermal Cooker. This one we made at the weekend and is large enough for six servings.
A great rendition of the old-fashioned filling that's normally steamed in a pudding. This is my version which has tomato passata and red wine in it, which gives it a fantastic flavour. If you can't find it pre-packed, ask your local butcher for a mix of steak and kidney.
This is a lighter version of the delicious traditional pudding. The richly flavoured meat filling is mixed with sweet root vegetables and the herbed pastry is made with light vegetable suet.
Make short work of cooking homely steak and kidney by stir-frying with onion and pepper, perked up with wine and horseradish. Serve with green beans and noodles. Delicious!
A crisp filo pastry topping makes an attractive change from the more traditional lid of puff or shortcrust on these individual pies – and it's lighter and less fatty too. Serve with generous helpings of vegetables such as freshly cooked carrots and sugarsnap peas, plus more potatoes to boost the starchy carbohydrates.
The steak and kidney filling tastes best if you make it the day before and let it rest which makes this classic pie perfect for entertaining. Make it in advance and pop it in the oven to reheat when needed.
Traditional steak and kidney pudding, a high-calorie but delightful comfort food when the weather outside is frightful. It is made in the slow cooker with a suet crust top. The fried onions can be added with the meat, or served separately.