- 1 carrot, cut into chunks
- 1 turnip, cut into large chunks
- 2 onions, small, cut in 2 or one large cut into 4
- 1 potato, cut into large chunks
- 2 tablespoon rolled oats
- 2 tsp black pepper, or to taste
- 4 tsp beef stock powder, or 1 Tbsp Beef stock paste, to taste
- 250 g Minced beef, Mince your own from semi frozen meat
- 1 beaten egg, to glaze
- 500 g rough puff pastry, See my recipe on this site
- frozen peas, small amount
- frozen corn kernels, small amount
- RECIPE EDITED 10TH FEB, 2021.
PREVIOUS RECIPE IS STILL GREAT, THIS ONE IS JUST FINE TUNED.
Chop root vegetables roughly, and cut carrot a little smaller than other vegies as it's harder.
To chop vegetables, place into bowl in order listed and chop on 4 seconds/speed 5. Scrape down and repeat for a couple of seconds at a time if necessary. You want everything quite small, but not quite minced.
Add mince (I often use half the amount), peas and corn if using, rolled oats, stock paste or stock powder and mix 10 seconds/speed 2/Reverse.
To make pasties:
Preheat oven to 210C FF. Line two to three trays with oven ThermoMat or baking paper.
If using rough puff, roll out pastry and cut circles using a small side plate (I sometimes make smaller ones using my pie maker cutter).
Place a circle of pastry onto baking tray. Brush inside with beaten egg and place filling on one half, avoiding edges.
Fold other half over and seal by pressing with fork tines.
Prick with a sharp pointed knife or use a fork.
Brush with beaten egg and bake for half an hour.
If using puff pastry sheets, simply divide into four. Fold each small square over and make triangle pasties.
There is a video on my Facebook page showing how to do this with store bought puff pastry. www.facebook.com/bushgourmand.
I sometimes add a parsnip if they're in season.
Pasties can be frozen. Place on cold baking tray and pop in the freezer. When frozen, place into a container or large ziplock bag.
Pasties can be frozen from raw, as long as mince wasn't previously frozen.
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