Delicious and simple beef pie recipes for a family friendly meal - from steak and ale pie to cottage pie, find your favourite beef pie recipes here.
This classic favourite makes a comforting meal, especially on a cold day. Lean minced beef is a healthy filling that takes minutes to cook, and the topping is quickly browned under the grill. Serve with peas or seasonal greens. Delicious!
A very easy steak pie recipe that I make with shortcrust pastry. This can be made with or without mushrooms... I think mushrooms give a bit more flavour but my partner doesn't like mushrooms and it tastes lovely without!!! Makes a nice medium sized pie. And goes perfect with a few homemade chips.
I just love patties and here's a traditional recipe that beats the commercial stuff you buy from most West Indian takeaways or the stuff you buy in packets that gives you next to no amount of meat. This recipe depends on the amount of heat that you like. I personally would add 5 Scotch bonnet peppers to my mixture but typically you should add 1 to 2 Scotch bonnet peppers.
These are delicious curried beef pies that are found in Jamaica and other islands in the Caribbean. They freeze well, and make perfect picnic food or packed lunches. Enjoy!
We eat this steak pie every Hogmanay night and New Year's Day. The meat is so tender it just falls apart and the gravy is beautifully rich, the trick is in the slow cooking. We always need to plan to make enough for seconds when we have guests round for dinner! If you don't have the time to cook it for so long and leave overnight you can easily make the recipe in one go in an hour and a half
I've been making this pie for years, I use shop brought pastry as it is much easier than making it from scratch.
This is a recipe that my grandmother has passed on to the family. It is a very tasty and filling meat pie that originates from Quebec. It can be gobbled up for dinner or frozen and used at a later date.
Beef and mushrooms simmer in a rich ale sauce before going into a hearty, flavourful pie guaranteed to warm you up on cold winter evenings.
A rich and savoury pie of beef, bacon and mushrooms slowly cooked in Guinness® and beef stock, then topped with puff pastry and baked to perfection!
Black Sheep Ale reminds me of walking the Yorkshire 3 Peaks last year. They serve 'Black Sheep Pie' along the route and I thought… I can do that. Well maybe anyway. You can do it with any other ale too I suppose, and I used to do something similar with Guinness, but found that it’s got a slightly more bitter aftertaste to it than the Black Sheep.