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Old 03-10-2004, 05:01 AM
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Irish Pastie Supper

The Irish version pastie (and this is
particularly a Northern Irish delicacy) is
round and flat, about 3/4 inch thick and
consists of meat, potato and onion dipped
in batter and fried. The English pastie, on
the other hand, is a kind of meat and
vegetable pie in a pastry crust. A "pastie
supper" would include chips with the
aforementioned pastie. We're going to do
it the Irish way. Let's do it!

Irish Pastie Supper

1lb. Ground Beef
1-cup breadcrumbs
1 tsp Salt
1/2 tsp Pepper
2 tsp Worcestershire Sauce
1/2-cup cold water
1 tsp coriander
Half tsp Nutmeg
3 medium size potatoes (Boiled, mashed and cooled).

Mix all of the above ingredients and add:
2 Tbls. chopped parsley
1 medium size onion [Diced and sauteed]

Batter
I/2 Cup Flour
1/2 Teaspoonful Salt
1/2 Cup of Milk
1 Egg

Mix the above to a thick paste. Form the pastie
mix into approx 3-inch diameter patties. Dip
into batter and cover all over.

Deep fry in 375F oil and remove when a golden
brown.

Serve with chips (French Fries) cooked in same
oil. Woo hooooooo! )

Source: KIETO'S DAILY RECIPE 3/10/04
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Old 03-10-2004, 07:46 AM
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Wow, this site definitely brought back Memories.
My mother used to make beef and potatoe pasties when I was growing up. We would pour gravy over the top of them.
The recipe differs from yours. Instead she would bake them in the oven. The miners used to consider them a wonderful lunch.
Thanks for bringing back a memory.
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Old 03-13-2004, 03:46 PM
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Ooh...this sounds good!!!

I want to have a variety of food for my half Irish dd!!! This sounds good...I need to make out my menu for the day...this sounds like something quick and easy and a good way to use up some leftover beef.
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