We've got recipes for traditional pork pies, hearty Canadian meat pie, leftover gammon pies, sausage and bean cowboy pies and much more!
A traditional pork pie as I was taught to make it. For a more authentic pie, instead of using minced pork, use finely chopped pork chops and a few rashers of finely chopped bacon (use a food processor).
A simple meat pie made with beef and pork mince and seasoned with sage, thyme, mustard and cloves. A gorgeous winter dish!
Light and flaky, these tarts are easy to make and easy to reheat. Just wrap loosely in foil and heat at 180 C for 10 to 15 minutes, or until warm.
Sausagemeat with onion, Cheddar cheese and tomato puree, wrapped in puff pastry, tastes scrummy hot or cold! Any leftovers will taste delicious cold for the packed lunches the next day.
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.