Minced prime beef and finely chopped onion in a crumbly pastry case.
This Pie is not the traditional London Pie & Mash product. That pie is flat and pocket shaped with a mix of short pastry and suet. Our pie stands high on the plate and is jam packed with minced beef & onion. Serve with a pile of mash on top with gallons of gravy. The Aussies call this a pie floater…… they would!
Minced Beef & Onion Pub Pie
Homemade pastry (fortified flour (WHEAT flour, maize flour, calcium, iron, vitamin b1, vitamin b3) pork lard, margarine (palm and rapeseed oil, water, salt, natural flavourings) water), English minced beef 28%, chicken stock (salt, modified maize starch, flavour enhancer: e621, flavouring (contains WHEAT and SOYA), natural flavouring (contains WHEAT and BARLEY), yeast extract, onion powder, non-hydrogenated rapeseed oil, sugar, spice extract, turmeric, dried parsley), onion, butter (MILK), self-raising flour (WHEAT flour, calcium, iron, vitamin b1 and b3, raising agents: sodium carbonates, calcium phosphates), salt, black pepper, caster sugar, thyme, EGG.
Produced in a kitchen where NUTS are used in certain recipe’s.
Deep Fill Pub Pies must be reheated from a defrosted state.
Conventional oven reheating is great but is likely to take around 25 to 30 minutes…. far too long for normal service requirements.
So… the best way to reheat the pie is as follows, it works really well.
From defrost, snip the foil from top to bottom in 4 places like the image suggests. Place the pie in the snipped foil, in a microwave on a suitable plate, the foil is microwavable. I have a 1750w machine, so I gave it 90 seconds on full power, which took the centre temperature to about 50 °C. Then, I placed the pie still in the foil, in the oven on 180°C for a further 10 minutes. This “crisped up” the pastry beautifully.
So you can get a pie out to the customer inside 15 minutes.
If you don’t cut the foil the microwaves tend to bounce off the foil and you’ll be there for ever… this way, the heat gets into the pie…it works really well plus…. the pie slightly slumps giving the product a nice homely “cottage loaf” appearance.
It is likely that your Pub Pies will come on our local transport if you are in the detailed area on this map. Otherwise you will receive your delivery by our trusted courier, normally on a Thursday or Friday.
You will need to buy your pies in units of 12…. so 12 Steak & Stilton Pub Pies for example and each consignment has a minimum of 4 units (48 pies).
For this amount, there will be no delivery charge.
Your pre-cooked pies will be delivered in a chilled format, so you can use them straight away or freeze them yourself. .
For more information about deliveries, please visit our Help & Advice page.
Upon purchase we will ask you for a mobile number, we will then text you each Monday morning as a reminder, in case you want to re-order