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Game Pie done

Post  JohnB on 01.05.11 18:09

I have today just cooked a game pie in my HO. I used Jus-Rol shortcrust pastry that I blind baked in a 6 inch spring form cake tin to give the pie depth. This took about 30 minutes at 180 degrees on the low rack with the extender. The filling recipe was the one that won the 2009 British Pie winner by Ashley Robbins. Which can be found here:

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As I was using a smaller dish to cook it in I halved the amounts, but it still tasted very rich. Once I spooned the filling into the pie case and topped it off with a pastry lid (brushed with egg), I cooked it for a further 20 minutes to finish the pie.

I served it with savoy cabbage and red onion and mashed potatoes, as suggested by Ashley.

The meat was a tad expensive, my local butcher charged me £19 per kilo for mixed game that included guinea fowl as well as the usual game meat. However I only used half of it and have frozen the rest so I guess its not that expensive at £8.50 for a pie that will feed 2 - 3 persons.


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Post  Admin on 01.05.11 19:57

It looks delicious John

Thank you for taking the time to include your recipe/instruction in this forum.

Greatly appreciated you are a star

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