Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Meat Pie


Pie Pie , if you learn how to make this crust you can make a thousand of other recipes just by changing the filling. You can use chicken,vegetable,cheese...





Ingredients:
crust:
3 cups white flour
200g cold butter
1 egg yolk
1/3 cup water ( depending on the humidity )
filling:
1 pound ground beef
1/2 yellow onion
3 garlic cloves
2 carrots 
tsp thyme
1 cube beef stock ( or 1 cup if liquid )
1 tbsp tomato paste
salt and pepper to taste

Hope you all enjoyed it loves of my heart , next week we will have strawberry tart to watch. And thanks Vimeo for picking this great frame of me to be the firt one! 

18 comments:

  1. I'm so cooking meat pie tonight. I love the video!!!

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  2. I loved the blog ! muahhh

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  3. I loved everything !

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  4. you are really great and amusing!It's fun to learn from you!

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  5. hi, this looks great - i just have 1 question - how long do you bake the pie for?

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  6. @ Megan - It depends on your oven but until the crust looks shiny yellow on top and light brown on the edges. it normally takes around 25-35min.

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  7. hi, this recipe is really good! i have already made this 3 times! 2 of which we made smaller pies that we froze so that on days we did not want to cook we could just stick it in the oven - worked really well :). although i did not use your filling recipie - we made a few different ones (steak and kidney, mutton curry and pepper steak). thanks for sharing this!

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  8. How long do you let your dough sit and in what temperature?

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  9. hey Raiza, could you make little circles with the dough then put the filling in then fold it and then bake it, instead of placing it in a baking dish, but instead make it like individual hot pie packets? :) thanks!

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  10. Hi Julia, I never tried but I guess you can. Just make sure to make some kind of hole for the steam to scape.
    xx

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  11. Olá Raiza!
    Sou do Brasil e acompanho seu blog também! Gostaria de saber se a torta pode conter recheios doces ao invés dos salgados. Encontrei muita dificuldade com massas de tortas, gostaria de tentar sua receita, mas prefiro tortas doces!

    Muito obrigada!

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  12. Pode sim, a massa é bem neutra e vai bem até mesmo com recheios doces mas vou lhe sugerir algo, tenho uma receita maravilhosa de massa doce parecida com essa, a receita esta na torta de kumquat e seria mais ideal para os recheios doces.
    beijos

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  13. Oi Raiza!!
    teu blog é muito fofo e as receitas são ótimas... fiz o croissant e ficou perfeito!!! vale a pena a trabalheira hahah
    Por acaso tu sabes que bolacha substituir quando usar os "graham crackers" aqui no brasil?? daria pra ser algo tipo bolacha maria?
    E nessa receita, quanto tempo tu deixas a massa descansando? Ela fica na geladeira? obrigada!!
    Teresa

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  14. Hey Raiza!! I love your cooking blog and can't wait to try out more recipes. I was just wondering, could you tell me where you got your tart pan? I love it, and would like to get one for myself.

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  15. good information.. Veru interesting. i love this.

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