Cna you post a receipe please...my kids love them but ive never trie to make them myself (naughty, lazy mummy!)
Oh and Ricki, I would love the pasty recipe too!!! I am not a fan of shop brought pasties at all, but am thinking home made would be yummo!
I'd love the pastie recipe too smile
Its really not that special laugh
I don't have an actual recipe - I make it up as I go along using whatever I have in the fridge.
So I'll try and remember what I normally do (today was a bit different)
Mince meat (around 500g),
couple of potatoes,
a couple of carrots,
couple of cloves of garlic (optional)
Peel and Grate all the vegies, add it to the meat and make sure it is mixed through properly.
I use Puff pastry, lay the meat mixture out into sausages (I make it in a sausage roll shape - the pastry goes further wink )
1 pastry sheet makes 2 long rolls (cut in half)
Cut them into the size you want and lay them on a floured tray, milk or egg wash the top, then bung it in the oven and bake at about 180 until they are golden...
Today's recipe - doing this for a first time.
Continental Recipe Base for Spaghetti Bolognese,
2 small potatoes (or one large)
Can diced tomato
2 cloves garlic
Brown the meat,
Peel and grate the vegies, and cook them a little in with the meat
add can of tomato, put contents of recipe sachet into the empty can and fill with water & mix,
tip into meat/veg mixture and cook for 5 mins.
Wait for mix to cook enough to spoon onto the pastry and shape into sausage rolls, (just so the pastry goes further,
Cut them into the size you want and lay them on a floured tray
Milk or egg wash the top, and bung them in the oven at 170-180ish, and bake til golden brown smile
mmmm, think that is it....
Once they are cooked and cooled you can freeze them for lunches/snacks