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Cornish Pasties


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Ingredients

6 portion(s)

Simple Cornish Pasties

  • 1 Sweed, peeled and diced
  • 2 turnips, peeled and diced
  • 1 parsnip, peeled and diced
  • 2 carrots, peeled and diced
  • 500 g Beef Sausage Mince
  • salt & peper, to taste
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Recipe's preparation

    Method
  1. Peel and dice all vegetables into 1cm x 1cm pieces. Once diced place an even amount of mixed vegetables into the Varoma and onto the divider.

  2. Place 600ml of water into TM bowl. Plave varoma on top and set onto Veroma/speed 1/20-25 minutes depending on the size of your vegetables.

  3. Once tender but not entirely cooked remove varoma and set aside till vegetables are cooled.

    Rince out TM bowl.

  4. Place sausage mince into TM bowl and blitz 3 seconds/speed 4.

    Add cooled vegetables Counter-clockwise operation/20-30 seconds/speed 2.

  5. I use the short crust pastry recipe in the Everyday Cookbook. Bake in the oven at 180 degrees till golden brown.

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Tip

This is a huge hit with our daughter especially with our homemade tomato sauce.

Add extra vegetables depending on your preferences.


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  • I also peeled and roughly

    Submitted by needilup girl on 14. August 2015 - 23:20.

    I also peeled and roughly chopped my vegies, then chucked half in, speed 4 for 6-10 sec.  chuck that lot on the varoma tray then put the remainder of the roughly chopped vegies in, again speed 4 for 6-10 sec.  That lot also went on the varoma tray and dish.

    I used beef mince instead of sausage mince.  I didn't add very much pepper as these were for young children, but for adults as an appetiser I would add a lot of pepper!!

    I used 9 pieces of square puff pastry. I cut 4 x 12cm circles (actually used my piemaker cutter which perfectly fits 4x onto a piece of square puff pastry) onto 8 pieces of the puff pastry.  By then I was over making pasties, so for the remaining filling I cut out one large circle on the 9th piece of puff pastry and put all the leftover filling into that.

    Onto one half of each pastry circle I put a heaped spoonful (soup spoon, to be more exact perhaps a tablespoon) of filling and then brought the other half of the pastry circle over to cover it.  I used a fork to press down the edges, then poked a couple of holes in the top of each pastie, then brushed with beaten egg. 180 degrees for 20minutes.

    They looked amazing!  They tasted amazing!  So kid friendly! So many vegies! Very happy with how far it stretched the mince as well.  I have put the majority into the freezer.

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  • Delicious! Required the

    Submitted by mel_b on 1. August 2015 - 19:46.

    Delicious! Required the steaming basket as well for all the veggies. Used frozen short crust pastry - can roll out a bit thinner if desired. Thanks for posting tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • We loved these. Yummy weekend

    Submitted by mrspook on 16. May 2015 - 20:29.

    We loved these. Yummy weekend lunch.

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  • add potato lots, before you

    Submitted by fmlethborg on 21. January 2015 - 14:20.

    add potato lots, before you add any other vegies

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  • I used puffy pastry and

    Submitted by gingernut_chestnuts on 11. November 2014 - 20:26.

    I used puffy pastry and grated my vegies in the thermy for 3 second. Vegies cooked in the oven during baking. I've made 2 batches and the boys have demolished them. Very nice, thanks for sharing. Will be making these a lot.

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